Carmel City Council votes against proposal to make drivers exit roundabouts with signal
CARMEL, Ind. (WISH) – City Council members in Carmel voted Monday against the proposal that would have made the use of turn signals mandatory in roundabouts.
The proposal, if passed, would have fined drivers $100 for failing to use a signal while exiting a roundabout.
Carmel would have been the only community in Indiana to have such a law.
Council members voted 5-1 against the proposal.
The majority of the council feared the proposed law would be too confusing for drivers and thought the fine was too steep.