The "Take it Slow" Informational Campaign
We're here to help you safely navigate roundabouts. Whether you're an inexperienced driver or a new driver, four simple guidelines will help you safely get into, and out of the roundabout.
We've created a new campaign around these guidelines, designed to help you navigate roundabouts more safely. We feature the four main safety tips: taking it slow, yielding to the left, not passing, and choosing the correct lane. We've named this campaign "Take it Slow," because a major cause of roundabout crashes is speed. Television, radio and the videos below are some of the tools we're using to help spread the word on roundabout safety.
The "Take it Slow" Video
In the following videos, you'll see how to take it slow, choose the correct lane, yield to the left, and why we don't pass in a roundabout. Take a look. And feel free to download an MP3 of the song we created to help communicate the message.
Take it Slow Yield to the Left Don't Pass Choose the Right Lane
Take a look at the four simple tips to help you safely navigate into and out of a roundabout.
For detailed roundabout design, video and engineering information, visit WisDOT's motorist guide to roundabout design.
Have specific questions? Visit our FAQs page for common questions about roundabouts. Or, learn more about the benefits of roundabouts and how to navigate
Note: This page contains information for the I-41 Project roundabouts in Brown County. To view statewide roundabout information, and to download training videos, displays and educational handouts, please see the WisDOT roundabout website at www.wisconsinroundabouts.gov.