I was always under the impression that they are optional extras in france, and definitely not needed on roundabouts.
I ‘think’ (and please don’t quote me as this comes from my kids) that it is now an offence not to indicate on a roundabout. Anyone?
I’ve heard/read the same somewhere and I always observe the rule, which makes road sense generally. On mini-roundabouts it calls for some nifty prestidigitation and footwork, but if it reduces the risk of a collision, it is possibly worth it?
This makes interesting reading …
Your kids are right Catharine, it is indeed an offence
Oh dear Mark, they are indeed there to be used and not just for decorative purposes
I have noticed that on Audis they are an optional extra (and must be very expensive seeing so few have them fitted).
I rest my case, can we add Citroen, Peugeot and Renault too? (And white vans)
Apart from indicating left as they are leaving the roundabout !!!
Around here the standard option for tractors is that they work in oppostion to the ones on their trailers.