Avoid An Auto Accident at a Connecticut Roundabout

Monday, January 25th, 2016 by | Posted In: Auto Accidents
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CTRoundaboutAccidentRoundabout, rotaries, traffic circles – they all refer to the same method of moving traffic: motor vehicles driving around a landscaped center with offshoot “exits.” It’s no wondering Connecticut auto accidents occur on these roadways. If you find yourself on a rotary, traffic circle or roundabout, follow these tips to maneuver them safely.

  1. As you approach the traffic circle, you will see plenty of yield signs. Make sure you yield to bicyclists and other pedestrians on the road.
  2. When entering, yield to traffic on the left, only stop if traffic is coming.
  3. Follow the one way signs on the roundabout.
  4. Left turns are completed by traveling around the traffic circle and making a right exit.

If you or a loved one was injured in an auto accident on a Connecticut rotary, you may be able to handle the case yourself. If your injuries are complex and liability is in question, then call our lawyers to begin an investigation.

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