When there are more than three lanes at the entrance to a roundabout, use the most appropriate lane on approach and through it.
You only find signal light intersections intuitive because you're used to them. Imagine for a minute that you're an alien and I'm going to describe to you two different ways of handling an intersection.
Here's how you describe a traditional intersection: Red means stop, unless you're turning right, in which case it means stop then go if you can, unless there is a sign posted that says you can't or the light is a red arrow. (If the cross street is a one way street going to the left then switch right for left in the previous sentence.) Green means go, except if you're turning left in which case it means stop and then wait until there's an opportunity to turn, optionally advancing into the intersection to wait if you're the first in line, unless it's a green arrow in which case you don't have to stop.
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