I just wondered what the safest way is to take a roundabout?
I often see exceptionally aggressive driving at a roundabout in the UK, ( typically people with more money than sense who simply don't give a **** about anybody else; period; cos driving is a class game to them... but don't get me started )
Anyway, I have often encountered MULTIPLE cars cutting in front of me as I traverse the outside of the circle of the roundabout, basically I have to stop or be hit, thanks Mr(s) matey car driver so kind and considerate.
Anyway, since I've got a slightly quicker road bike I'm slightly inclined to keep pace with traffic and hold my road position.... for safety?!
Can I ask please... on a double roundabout should one when turning right ( turning left in other countries ok ) enter the inner lane at all? or stick on the outside? I want to know what is safest and not what is fastest.