foxyrider wrote:As far as I can see you took the route I would have which is the route the 'designers' intend you to use making this manoeuvre.
Using the LH lane is both incorrect and dangerous - the TI near me is marked on one approach as LH+ S and the adjacent exit has a collision almost every day - the other approaches are marked LH only and don't have the issue.
Totally agree but there seems to be an increasing number of drivers who think that being in the left lane is correct when doing a manoeuvre like that, and of course only indicating just before the exit they want. I had a near miss a few weeks ago when I stupidly assumed a driver in the left lane, with no indicators visible, was taking the first exit across and not the second, stupidly I pulled out and only a heavy foot on the accelerator saved the day, good job I wasn't on the bike! I'm back to assuming every other driver is an idiot, and sadly not being proved wrong.