Even though the rules are simple, navigating through traffic circles can be a confusing task for some drivers. This is even worse when the roundabout has two lanes, as demonstrated by two Toyota Hilux drivers in Australia.
All seems well when the AN10 generation Toyota Hilux with a commercial flatbed enters the circle alongside a pre-facelifted Ford Ranger with a similar bodystyle. However, chaos ensues when a single-cab N140 generation Toyota Hilux with a flatbed body and trailer (and mismatched wheels) aims for the second exit and rams into the side of its successor.
When the driver recording the incident approaches the circle, we see that the left lane is meant for the first and second exit while the right is dedicated to the second and third exit. With this in mind we can assume that each entrance of the roundabout follows this protocol. If true, this would put the AN10 Toyota Hilux at fault is it was in the left lane but directed itself towards the third exit.
The N140 Toyota Hilux appeared to have spotted the fault but due to a lack of ABS, was unable to stop in time. As a result, it pushes into the newer model, causing it to topple and roll-over completely. Traffic at the roundabout comes to an immediate stop.