Driving in summer

Summer is coming. A lot of Canadian will take the vacation.
If you’re driving, there is a website for everything – even one that warns you where the “known speed traps” are on the Trans Canada Highway.
Visit www.transcanadahighway.com for this and other trip-planning and sight-seeing tips along Canada’s own 7,821 kilometre-long route.


Heading south? Minimize the headache of customs lines by going to Canada Border Services Agency’s website first, at www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/general. Select the “Border Wait Times” link. Wait time estimates are updated at least once an hour for both Canada and United States bound crossing points.
http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/traveller/
(Ontario Ministry of Transportation)
http://www.peacebridge.com/webcam.php
[Peace Bridge)
http://www.ambassadorbridge.com/bridge-report.asp
(Ambassador Bridge)
http://www.dwtunnel.com/traffic.html
(Detroit-Windsor Tunnel)
http://www.autoclubgroup.com/michigan/autos/traffic_report.asp
(AAA Michigan)
http://www.borderlineups.com
(British Columbia)
http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/traffic/border/
(Washington State)

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