Canada is generally associated with cold temperature and extreme snowfalls. But since Canada is a geographically vast country, its climate varies from coast to coast. Other than the North, where it is above freezing for only a few months of the year, most Canadian cities are within 300 km of Canada’s southern border, where mild springs, hot summers, cold winters, and crisp autumns are common.
Cars drive on the right side of the road in Canada. Automatic cars are more popular in Canada than manual drive or stick-shift cars. Road rules in Canada vary by province. Driver’s examinations and licenses also vary by province.
Since Canada is a geographically vast country, transportation options vary by city, province, and region.