By Valdemir Paiva-Santos

The Worst CANADA Cities TO Drive In

several factors including congestion levels, public transport options, average cost of parking, cost of fuel, average speeds, levels of air pollution, accidents and fatalities, road quality and the frequency of road rage. The worst Canadian city out of the ones that made the list was right here in B.C., with Vancouver. Analyzing provincial and municipal traffic volumes and GPS data, the report identified the worst bottlenecks in Canada, which can all be found in Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver.So to be safe and sound in traveling just hire apaivatours professional chauffeurs and well maintained fleet.

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