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I am planning a trip from Maidenhead to Booker and would like to canvas opinion on the best lane lane discipline to follow when traveling from Maidenhead using the A404 to Booker using the A4010.

The markings on the road surface are all warn away and so the roundabout is very hard to use.

https://www.google.co.uk/maps/place/M40,+High+Wycombe+HP11/@51.6123543,-0.769856,17.46z/data=!4m16!1m10!4m9!1m3!2m2!1d-0.7689736!2d51.6126961!1m3!2m2!1d-0.7689582!2d51.6126031!3e0!3m4!1s0x48768a0e79ce08b5:0x3536919cf8890f12!8m2!3d51.6122491!4d-0.7690129

There is a very similar question about a different roundabout which is why I thought it would be ok to post this question here. If that is not the case, please explain why.

closed as too broad by Giorgio, DJClayworth, Ali Awan, mts, Thorsten S. Jun 23 '17 at 0:03

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    Follow what the Highway Code says. And as always, drive defensively and ignore aggressive drivers around you. – JoErNanO Jun 22 '17 at 16:45
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    From looking at the Google maps satellite and street views, it appears to have markings on the lanes like "M40 Oxford" and "A4010". If so, any reason not to follow them? – Patricia Shanahan Jun 22 '17 at 18:42
  • the satellite image is old and most of the markings are worn away. The reason I asked this question here was that there is a similar question about a roundabout in Milton Keynes. Please don't downvote if you aren't local. travel.stackexchange.com/questions/81310/… – codecowboy Jun 22 '17 at 18:54
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    Wow! This is what is called 'too localized'. Quite a pity, Travel doesn't have that close reason. Ironically, it's about to be closed as 'too broad'. – Danubian Sailor Jun 22 '17 at 20:47
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    On the actual roundabout it looks like you should remain in the second-lane from the left (four lanes on the approach branch out into one immediate exit and another four lanes, so you should be in the second from the left of the four after the immediate exit). The left hand lane then becomes the M40 exit, and so you're then in the left hand lane for the next exit, which is yours. – Muzer Jun 23 '17 at 9:50

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