D-Queued said:Depends on the Province.
'Stubble jumpers' as the folks from the post-wheat-harvest-really-flat-territories are called, never apparently learn how to corner. Probably don't know what that big wheel is for. At the same time, those from lotusland have no idea of how to drive in snow.
Actually if you are driving north on Main in Winnipeg and turn left on Portage there are no breaks in the road (the TransCanada Hwy) until a stop sign at a T junction in Cache Creek BC a distance of about 2100 kms or for the Americans about 1300 miles.
As a person who grew up a stubble jumper in YWG and could drive in snow, and now live in lotus land (YLW), I can drive in snow and corner! But I suspect you are from back east where they don't know how to drive at all!!