Many drivers in Colorado Springs aren't quite sure how to drive through a round-a-bout intersection. But, as more of them are built in the city, it's essential for drivers to know their way through.
Police officers say the intersections are simple if people follow the rules of the road. For example, if you're approaching or entering the round-a-bout and you see another driver inside, they have the right of way. That means you should yield to the inside car.
Police also say, even if the road leading into a round-a-bout is two lanes, the interchange itself is only one lane. If two cars are trying to enter at once, the decision is left up to courtesy who goes first.
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