Driving instructors slam 'confusing' and 'dangerous' Bramcote island
A roundabout in Nottinghamshire has been criticised by driving instructors who have labelled the junction ‘dangerous’.
A number of instructors have said that due to bad road signs and markings, unnecessary confusion is being caused around Bramcote Island on the A52.
Kate Fennelly, 46, is the chairwoman for the Driving Instructors Network Group and she believes that the poor road markings have caused a number of unnecessary accidents.
She said: “Drivers, particularly ones who don’t know the road well, don’t know where they are going because it is not clear enough”At one point it goes from two lanes to four and before they know it they are sitting in the wrong lane through no fault of their own. If you are not a local person who knows the road well then it could be quite dangerous if you end up in the wrong lane.