We live near a round-a-bout. If you don't know what that is, it's a circle with four points of egress/ingress. We have a total of sixteen signs to direct, re-direct and confuse the drivers. This is not age limited, we have seen young, sorry but mainly females, literally go up the wrong way when leaving either the north or south plat (this would be left = N and right = S) in the sketch. Four Yields, four Pedistrian silhouettes with arrows pointing towards the painted road, four right pointing One Way arrows to show which way to go when entering the round-a- bout and four signs that tell you to stay on your side of the concrete devider when entering on the main road. This is where the young driver gets confused, not sure how, but they enter while driving on a two lane road that seperates with a triangle shaped piece of concrete in the road leading into the circle. They go left of the triangle thus go counter clockwise in the circle. Getting out of the cirlce is the hard part IF a car is coming towards them from the opposite direction. With the older driver, it's the One Way signs that get them. They enter correctly but then take the first exit out to the right when they wanted to exit on the opposite side of the circle.