And people say Americans can’t drive. Our good neighbours to the north seem to have a much greater problem with that, although one might observe that more stringent enforcement and better reporting would make Ontario’s roads look like those of a Florida retirement community.
Pay close attention to this incident:
There was one point on Saturday when officers thought there had been a traffic jam only to discover a 29-year-old Oldsmobile driver had completely stopped his vehicle in the passing lane because he was too nervous to drive in the rain.
People like that should be dragged out and shot.
NB: The highest speed limit this writer has ever seen in Ontario is 110 km/h, or a hair under 70 MPH.
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