Man, I tell you, driving up there was something else! When I took Jane up there a couple years back I had to tape a piece of paper to the glovebox with MPH-to-KPH conversions so I knew how fast I was going.In Ontario Canada exceeding the speed limit by 50 KPH (31 mph) can result in arrest, summons to attend court,
vehicle confiscation for 7 days,
immediate 7 day driver licence suspension with a possible 2 year suspension upon conviction,
10 year suspension on 2nd conviction, minimum fine $2000 up to $10,000,
possibility of 6 months in jail along with the fine.
If that is not enough,massive insurance increase, if you can get it.
There are onlly 2, 400 (4 lane) series roads in Ontario that have a 110 KPH (68 mph) for only a short streach, the rest is 100KPH (62 mph). 2 lane roads are 80KPH (50 MPH).
Welcome to Canuckistan boys!
I did indeed notice that the speed limits were very, very low... coming from Texas/the Midwest/Montana it felt like I was crawling!