A. Whilst approaching the double roundabout, look into the interior mirror followed by the right wing mirror, then indicate to the right. Make your way into the right hand lane. If you were previously in the left lane, ensure you check the right blind spot before indicating and before changing lanes.
B. Give way to the right and when all clear, proceed into the inside right hand lane on the roundabout.
C. Just after the 2nd exit, look into the interior mirror, followed by the left mirror. You will be changing lanes so check the left blind spot, now indicate to the left.
D. As you take the 3rd exit, keep in the right hand lane as you will be turning right at the next roundabout.
E. Look again into the interior and right mirror and indicate to the right.
F. Give way to the right.
G. When clear, enter the roundabout using the right inside lane.
H. Just after the 2nd exit, look into the interior mirror, followed by the left mirror and the left blind spot and indicate to the left.
I. When you have taken the 3rd exit, ensure you cancel the indicator.
The above rules are usually how to deal with double roundabouts. Very big multi-lane roundabouts may have more lanes however. In such circumstances it is important to check road signs and road markings for correct lane information.
Double mini roundabout
Double mini roundabouts can often be found on smaller residential busy roads. A great deal of caution should be applied when approaching to assess what the other traffic is doing.