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Things you should know not to break road rules in Canada


The first and the foremost - there are no unified highway regulations in Canada. Each province has its own special rules, speed limits and a system of fines, but some general rules are still applied in all the provinces of the country.


Text road signs dominate in the country, graphic signs can be seen on the roads rarely. Therefore, it will be difficult for the tourists from other countries who do not speak English to understand the meaning of a number of road signs. Moreover, even signs in English are rare in Quebec, you can see a lot of signs in French.


Canada adopted the metric system of calculation regardless of the province. All distances are indicated on road signs in kilometers, and speed, respectively, in kilometers per hour. If there is no road sign indicating a speed limit on the road, you should stick to the limits accepted by default. Thus, the speed in residential areas must not exceed 50 km / h, and 80 km / h on the highways.


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