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Let's go for a drive! www.youtube.com Timelapse driving video showing the first leg of Highway 401 from it's current terminus at Highway 3 in Windsor. That terminus is being extended to a new bor...
Currently Highway 401 is 818 kilometres long. Or 508 miles from beginning, in Windsor, to its end at the Ontario/Quebec border.
Currently Highway 401 is 818 kilometres long. Or 508 miles from beginning, in Windsor, to its end, at the Ontario/Quebec border. upload.wikimedia.org
The highway was first built in 1952 and is still a work in progress: It will eventually end at the Detroit River crossing via the Windsor-Essex Parkway. www.mto.gov.on.ca 404 — Page not found - 404 — La page est introuvable
Radar detectors in Canada are legal only in British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan.
Radar detectors in Canada are legal only in British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan.
DREADED DEMERITS 0 – 15 km/hr over = 0 points (minor infraction) 16 – 29km/hr over = 3 points (minor infraction) 30 – 49 km/hr over = 4 points (major infraction) 50+ km/hr over = 6 points + 30 day license 50+km/hr over (Stunt Driving/Speed Racing) = 6 points + immediate 7 day licence suspension and car impoundment + up to 2 year additional licence suspension upon conviction. www.ontario.ca