This is an example where, although I generally teach the 12 o' clock rule, I would not signal right when continuing NE on the B3068 as it is common for drivers to U turn on this roundabout. In fact, in many similar situations I would not signal right when the ahead road is so little past 12 o' clock. Also, on this roundabout the ahead lane is the right hand lane and your position and speed makes your intention very obvious once you enter the roundabout.https://email@example.com ... a=!3m1!1e3
The road paint concurs with you. The right hand lane is marked as straight ahead. Don't think I'd signal right there either (though I'd have to see it in real life, not just Google Car's distorted goldfish bowl view).
Here are another two roundabouts where there are only two exits with the ahead roads are approximately 12 o' clock. (Scroll NE from the first roundabout a short distance to the next where the A351 Meets the B3075). The approach to both these roundabouts when traveling N, NE on the A351 have two approach lanes. I personally use a right hand lane approach, but may use the left hand lane to go ahead even though there is no road to the right.https://firstname.lastname@example.org ... 062318,16z
Hmmm, it's just that sort of crap (sorry, 'poorly thought out') design, with lack of lane designation signs, that leads to vehicles side swiping each other. Both lanes could
be correct, but if you are not local how the hell are you supposed to decide? (I'd pick the right hand one most times in this situation, being mindful of anything in the left lane that may attempt to go 'right').