BASINGSTOKE is famous for its roundabouts, but for the people who live here they offer nothing but daily misery.
Whether it's inconsiderate drivers using the wrong lane or a tiresome wait in a long queue of traffic, the complaints about our roundabouts are endless.
The Gazette has compiled a list of what we think are the worst roundabouts in the town, and we're asking you to vote for your least favourite!
Let us know which roundabout causes you the most misery by voting in our online poll, and we'll name and shame the losing roundabout online.
If you think there are any offenders we have missed, let us know by using the comment facility below.
You can also read leisure editor Joanne Mace's recent column about general driving misery here.
Winchester Road Roundabout
For anyone forced to use this circle of horror during the daily rush hour, it really is a nightmare to drive around. Inpatient motorists insist on using the left hand lane to travel right heading to Brighton Hill, resulting in those who have patiently waited in the lengthy right hand queue being cut-up mid-way round. Be prepared for angry horn beeping.
Plus there's the added misery when heavy rain results in the roundabout flooding.
Black Dam Roundabout
It's become a complete nightmare since the roadworks began. It's easier to travel to the other side of town to access the M3 than queue up here.
Read more about the roadworks at the Black Dam Roundabout here.
Brighton Hill Roundabout
It's probably the most notorious roundabout in Basingstoke, and is heavily congested no matter what time of day. If you're trying to access the roundabout from Western Way or The Harrow Way then expect a long wait, particularly if you have a learner driver in front of you.
Once you're on the roundabout there's the added challenge of contending with drivers fed up waiting for a space and cutting right in front of you, or those confused by which lane they should use.
The Thornycroft Roundabout
Better known as Morrisons Roundabout, it's terrible for queues in rush hour. But does anyone actually know how to use it correctly? It receives bonus misery points for being a hot spot for accidents, resulting in even longer tail backs when you just want to get home or you're late for work.
Pack Lane Roundabout
It's not an obvious choice, as it's so tiny in comparison to the others. But how many times have you had a three-way stand-off with other drivers here, wondering exactly whose right-of-way it is? It's so small you wonder why it's even there.
It deserves a place on the list because of its location right before the dreaded Pack Lane speed bumps.