While city folks from central Canada may think of driving in Canada's Maritime provinces as a more laid back experience, Nova Scotia's Highway 103, the east-west route between Halifax and Yarmouth, is number two on our list. About 300 km long, it wraps around the south shore of the Atlantic coast providing some stellar views. However, Highway 103 also has a dangerous reputation: 10 people died in automobile accidents in 2009 alone, according to the province's Department of Transportation. A further 19 have been killed since 2006.
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- 65 %Winter tires are off tune-up has been done and I'm set to take on the hot season!
- I've been procrastinating getting my winter tires put off. This weekend, I promise!
- I'm daydreaming of warmer days and to protest winter, I'm driving my convertible.
- Excited, see you around!