Hi all, New rider (Got Ls) and new user here :grin: . Been reading here for a long time (about a year before I even went for my learners ). Just wondering if you guys have any tips for roundabouts? There's a roundabout I have to go through to go pretty much anywhere (small town) and, to make things simple let's say it's a big one with 5 entry/exit points, and I'm entering at the 1st and exiting at the 5th (so essentially right next to the 1st, but I have to traverse the whole roundabout to get to it). I've found going through it, and some others (particularly the new ones they're doing (re)down here in Victoria that are completely off center :evil: ), i have to slow right down (i'd estimate i'm going less than 20 but i've never really looked at the speedo, it's hard enough as it is), which is pretty nerve racking because it seems as if I'm holding cars up (not that I care but you know how some of them get). Any tips for a new rider? I've found that sometimes I feel scarily close to the edge gutter, which inevitably causes me to focus on it which is obviously bad (and I'm pretty good at looking where I want to head). Maybe it's because I look to the left to watch the car at 'entry 4' to make sure they keep giving way, when i want to be going right? Any tips appreciated guys . I did a search before signing up and didn't see anyone else bring this up, hope it's not just me!