A new survey from Kanetix.ca shows Canadians' bad driving habits haven't changed much in three years. We still feel a need for speed.
Canadians have a reputation for being polite, but put us in a car and suddenly we're a nation of aggressive drivers with a penchant for speeding, cursing and honking our horns.
Yes, for a country known for saying "sorry," Canadians are unapologetic on the road. A new survey from Kanetix.ca found 76 per cent of Canadians admit to at least one bad driving behaviour. This is down slightly (three per cent) from 2012, when Kanetix.ca first conducted this study.
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Speeding remains the most confessed offence. Fifty-eight per cent of Canadians surveyed admitted to putting the pedal to the metal, though this also saw a decrease of about two per cent from 2012.