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As the saying goes, do you drive straight 'over' or 'through' a roundabout?

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5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months ago
I'm a straight-through kind of guy.
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5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months ago
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#1
straight AHEAD
#2
Aha! There's a third way then lol
#3
I suppose if you're driving a tank it's literally any of the above at a roundabout lol
#4
barky
straight AHEAD


This
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#6
depends if its an island, i tend to go round then :P for the small ones i sometimes to over but depending how high it is. Wouldnt want to bump my car :)
banned#7
navigate :D
#8
Straight over :)
suspended#9
As my driving instructor used to say "Its called a roundabout, not an overabout" :)
#10
I prefer to jump them Your text here
#11
Some mini roundabouts in my area seem to be placed 2-3meters away from where they should have been put, most people drive on the wrong (right) side of them to turn right.
suspended#12
shauneco
I prefer to jump them Your text here


Haha, it was a peaceful night and then...

Thats funny s***
#13
Half over
#14
shauneco
I prefer to jump them Your text here


thats good, this one is amazing! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6-0Ky5TV4do&NR=1
suspended#15
I go just like this :)
#16
splatsplatsplat
shauneco
I prefer to jump them Your text here


thats good, this one is amazing! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6-0Ky5TV4do&NR=1


Was going to post that one but I think the first one made it, The second one probably naffed his car up lol.
#17
Across
#18
straight through
#19
Straight over.
#20
Anyway, what saying are you on about?
#21
Around,... straight on,... or at a numbered exit for me.

Liking those automated tags (due to the presence of the word "drive" in the subject):

"Tags: hard drive, cheap storage, flash drive, storage, usb drive"

BFN,

fp.
suspended#22
fanpages
Around,... straight on,... or at a numbered exit for me.

Liking those automated tags (due to the presence of the word "drive" in the subject):

"Tags: hard drive, cheap storage, flash drive, storage, usb drive"

BFN,

fp.


Never noticed the system puts automated tags based on title keywords before. Learn something new everyday

Edited By: jonny619447 on Feb 22, 2011 19:11
#23
straight over
#24
straight under
#25
2nd exit (or whatever number it is)
#26
I saw a car over a really high round about (raised), well he tried car flipped over, it was a round about near poplar E14, there was a petrol station near by, dont have a picture, btw dont know if it was an accident or stupidity
#27
MR1123
I saw a car over a really high round about (raised), well he tried car flipped over, it was a round about near poplar E14, there was a petrol station near by, dont have a picture, btw dont know if it was an accident or stupidity


The seasonal/Christmas campaign to make the public aware of the effects of drink-driving uses wrecked vehicles mounted on roundabouts in prominent places.

Perhaps what you saw was somebody trying to be helpful by donating their own car that year.

BFN,

fp.

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