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    Test tomorrow and i just struggle on them. Often pull out when i shouldn't or hesitate. tips?

    make sure you are going nice and slow and in gear 2 at least 100m away from the roundabout. Then slowly edge in, don't stop if you can. look to see what the cars to your right are doing.if there is a car that will be blocking traffic from coming your way for a second, go.
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    I struggled too. Honestly do not go if you do not feel like you have the time. Wait until you see a gap and you're confident thinking you can go. My dad always says that there's a point where you commit. If you're going to go, then go. Don't suddenly break or you'll get rear-ended. You have to judge the speed of cars coming round. It's tricky because every situation is different.

    It takes practice to fully master, I generally look for someone pulling off the roundabout into the road Im attempting to leave, that gives me enough time to pull out generally
    Even better if its a bus or a lorry
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