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You're approaching a roundabout. There are horses just ahead of you. What should you do?

A Give them plenty of room.

Horse riders often keep to the outside of the roundabout even if they're turning right. Give them plenty of room and remember that they may have to cross lanes of traffic.

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Be particularly careful when approaching horses, especially those being ridden by children.

As a driver you should

- look out for horses being led or ridden on the road

- take extra care and keep your speed down at left-hand bends, especially on narrow country roads

- slow down when you see a horse rider on the road.

Be aware that at roundabouts and at junctions where a horse rider is turning right, they may signal right but keep to the left-hand side of the road (and the outside lane round the roundabout) for safety.

As you approach a horse rider from behind

- slow down, give them plenty of room and be prepared to stop

- don’t sound your horn or rev your engine. Horses can be easily scared by noise and may panic around fast-moving vehicles

- look out for signals given by the riders and heed a request to slow down or stop.

Always pass horses slowly, giving them plenty of room.



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