Following direction signs with designated lanes
When following direction signs you will often see 'route numbers' next to place names or exits. Some complex roundabouts use the route numbers on the sign to help you select the correct lane for the desired exit. These are often referred to as a designated lane. The idea is to look at the number on the sign, and then look for road markings with the same number. Disregard numbers on the signs that are in brackets. Such routes may be miles away from your current location, but using the route not in brackets will send you in the correct direction to reach that particular route. Lets look at an example.