American drivers should learn to love the roundabout.

In Slate by Tom Vanderbilt American drivers should learn to love the roundabout.

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"but a larger question here is whether people who cannot manage to merge at low speed into a counter-clockwise circle and, yes, perhaps even change lanes in that circle, before finding the correct exit should actually be holding licenses that enable them to operate heavy machinery in the first place."

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