I think one of the greatest problems we have on our roads, are people who refuse to realize that ‘time of arrival’ is a sliding scale when it comes to travelling in a Country like ours.
We get weather.
If you think you can get to work in the same amount of time and it doesn’t matter if it’s July or January, well, usually you will be setting yourself up for a problem of some sort.
You’ll probably get frustrated and drive too close, or too fast on roads that are icy. It’s pure physics at that point. Hello, ditch. Hope you have CAA. And I hope you don’t kill yourself, or someone else in the process.
And, oh yeah, unless you’re a new Canadian, then you’ll know that it not only takes more time to drive to work, it also takes time to prepare the car to get to work.
Remember, warm the car up, and brush the snow off. It’s a $110 fine if you don’t.
And always remember, your time is no more valuable than ours.