> Do people who drive on the opposite side of the road also go the opposite way around roundabouts?

Do people who drive on the opposite side of the road also go the opposite way around roundabouts?

Posted at: 2015-04-14 
I live in Australia where we drive on the left side of the road. We go clockwise around roundabouts. Does this mean that countries who drive on the other side go anticlockwise around roundabouts?

Drive on the left go clockwise. Drive on the right go counter clockwise.

Now for those digitally challenged people I wonder how they figure out which way is clockwise.

Many in this world do not know how to use traffic circles or roundabouts in EITHER direction.

This one shows you going counter clockwise.

http://www.th.gov.bc.ca/roundabouts/

yes , in canada we go right at a roundabout and you turn to the left and travel in the opposite direction

that's why we call it a right of way , the person on the right goes first at a 4 way stop and the one in a roundabout already going right goes before the people waiting to get in who must yield to them

do you guys call if a left of way or does the same rule apply where the person who is on the right goes first if both arrive at a 4 way stop at the same time ?

Left lane = clockwise movement; right lane = anti/counter clockwise movement. They have to because of the design of the entrance and exit roadway. Otherwise, people entering or leaving the roundabout would have to cross over the entrance and exit traffic lanes.

Hello

Yes, I live in U.K but have driven in Belgium, Cyprus, France, Germany and Spain

Andy C

It would be chaos if they didn't. I've done both often in the same day.

yes

Yes, except that we call it "counterclockwise".

counterclockwise

they do