There are a couple of bits like that near me - they go round the edge of the roundabouts but separated by a media so you don't have anyone to give way to. I was driving behind someone and we hit two within half a mile and this person stopped at both. Bearing in mind it was a 50mph road so I've got vehicle s coming at me at that speed and this guy won't move!!!
When my mother came down for DD#1's graduation from high school, we were driving up a 2 lane highway, with a center passing and turning lane for a short portion of it. This was a road that a LOT of the big rigs that service farms use - these are large vehicles, and many of them are fully loaded when using this road, so stopping quickly is NOT going to happen. Mom and I were coming up on the passing and turn lane, and somebody from the housing complex swung out into the lane, and stopped, waiting for us and the farm trucks to pass by so they could enter the driving lane. Mom comes to a screeching halt IN the DRIVING lane, thinking that the car in the turn lane is in front of us, instead of one lane left of us. I tell her that the car is next to, not in front of us, AND there are big rigs bearing down behind us and we're going to be hamburger very soon if she doesn't motivate asap! I got her to get moving again just as the truck behind us started honking and using his brakes, and we got out of there. I nearly wet my pants... Mom really did not believe me that the other car was next to us, even as she passed him still sitting there.
That was the last time any of us got in the car with her driving. I told the girls they weren't allowed any more, I told Mom that none of us would be riding with her anymore, and I wrote a letter to the DMV describing our close call. DMV didn't do anything about it. I finally got Mom's car away from her after her 2nd hip replacement, when dementia had become obvious and was confirmed by the doctor in a letter I took to the DMV. It was nearly 5 years after that first close call. In that time, she totaled the car she had, and had no clue how the accident had happened. She had her license suspended until she took 2 classes mandated by the DMV, and got another car, which she had a few more accidents in, and again did not know how they had happened. She got lost while traveling to our house for Christmas, and couldn't tell me how she got lost, and didn't have a good reason for not leaving hours earlier so she'd get to our place before dark. It was a long and frustrating period that I spent wondering if she was going to get into an accident that hurt somebody.