- Using indicators on roundabouts;
- The give way rules;
- Passing another car;
- Using lanes correctly (including on turn).
The following is an interesting and tricky one. It's one of the items in the last item in the list, but most people I see driving around stop the traffic completely, waiting when in fact both vehicles should turn: two vehicles turning into the same road at a laned intersection.
It's incredible how many people in New Zealand do not indicate, or use the wrong indicators when entering roundabouts (no, you don't need to indicate if you are going straight, only when you are getting out of the roundabout, just look at the first picture on the link). Or drive slowly on the highways, just to accelerate when the passing lanes come. Or don't respect give way signs or marks on the streets. Or simply drive in front of cars coming on the main road, without full stop where required.
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