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  1. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/japan/11074135/Japans-first-ever-roundabouts-confuse-drivers.html
  2. Good evening, fellow brothers Personally I have found roundabouts to be potential accident hotspots. Often do we see cars in the inner lanes swerving abruptly into the outer ones to exit the circle. As the impatient driver does his hazardous stunt, fellow drivers in the slower outer lanes have to jam brake to avoid any catastrophic event. However, in event of an actual accident when a car in the outer lane knocks against the rear and/or side of the exiting car i.e. the car at fault, how can the victim claim his damages in turn? What's your take on this matter?