Country lane, low traffic volumes approaches a roundabout with a main road and lane splits into a left hand and a right hand lane
If roundabout is a clock face with the country lane at 6 o clock the 1st (left) exit is at approximately 9-10 o clock and a single carriageway road
2nd (right) exit is a short length of 2 lane dual carriageway before another roundabout and is positioned about 4 o clock
There is no straight on (there is but it’s a blocked off road for future development)
Wanting to take 2nd (right) exit, and onto LH lane on dual carriageway (to turn left at the next roundabout)
Which lane off the country road - left, or right?
(This is in a car, not cycling)
Genuine question I was always taught right hand lane for turning right (and failed my test first time on this exact point when I was in left hand lane for an unfamilar roundabout exit that was past the 12 o clock position but only the 2nd exit) but I have noticed most people tend to use left hand lane and drive all the way round the outside of the roundabout, this seems a common thing round these parts