→Understanding navigation instructions
A '''non-normal''' roundabout:
*Will give you a ‘take the X exit’ (with arrows around it) instruction.
*Has 5 or more nodes (Ex. Each segment of a [[Best_map_editing_practice#When_.28Not.29_to_Split_a_Two-Way_Road|split]] road connects at its own node.)
*Has irregularly placed nodes (this will be covered in the examples.)
A '''normal''' roundabout:
*Will give you a ‘turn right', 'turn left’ or ‘continue straight’ instruction.
It is one with ''up to'' 4 nodes, and a central node.
*All nodes are aligned within "normal" range of the entry point.