pwc wrote: ... translated badly as bricks then misspelled .... . . .
Are you sure about that? I think that it would be just right, just as it is, on the approach to a certain roundabout (circle) near us. All I'd add is to beware of the one behind you. Oh, and I forgot the ones to both sides. In the UK, it seems that fewer that 50% of drivers understand the rules concerning signalling and lanes on roundabouts. Thus, whatever sequence you follow, you are bound to have, on average, half of them with steam coming out of their ears!
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