Photographer's Note

This may not appear much humorous to people living in Ontario, but for me, coming from Italy, it does.

Traffic rules in Canada are a bit different as in Europe. For example, they told me of thousands dollars fine for not stopping at the school busses. Then the 4 way stop, never seen in Europe, is quite tricky to manage at first. Or, is difficuoult to to turn right with the red light without a feeling of guiltiness.

And then, this sign: I'm driving in an unknown town, with a rented car, I need to turn left, but what the heck is written there? No you can't turn left, no wait, what time is it check the clock it 6:58 ok you can but maybe...

Why don't you make it easier? What about the italian way? Let me explain: Simply put a sign of TOTAL ABSOLUTE DEFINITIVE SEVERE TURN LEFT DENIAL, and then, respect it only if there is police in sight, if you are not in a hurry, if the guy behind you doesn't honk (or if he honk less than you)... :-)

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