Perhaps this topic is a bit dull and has been discussed on many occasions but I guess it always can help to check with people who have more experience.
I am a bit confused about the lifesaver checks on roundabouts. I am not asking about indicating or glancing , just the lifesavers.
I guess there is no issue with going right on the roundabout as most people have the same idea of left on the approach and left on the exit.
But the views are divided on the left turns and straights on the roundabouts.
Left turn on the R'about
on turning left some say you need to take a quick left LS on your approach and a proper left LS on before the exit . The other view says left LS on the approach and right LS on the exit as you have already in left and no hazards can come from your left.
Straight on the R'about
First view says you need to do a left LS before your exit to make sure no one trying to under-take from your left.
second view says you need to go for a right LS to make sure no one trying to beat you to the exit from your right
can someone please help a very confused rider