posted on Mar, 20 2012 @ 11:30 PM
Well, now that we know the way they sell by the Liter and not gallon, I'd love to note two other things Canada probably giggles about when we're not
in the room.
105 or 110 on a Speed limit sign isn't to be assumed Mph when no one bothered (giggle??) to note which. Canada is Kilometers....which is in the 60s by
MPH. How many Americans are tagged their first time for a ticket that makes it their last with 0's on the end? lol....
Oh..and if ever there with a trucker. The sign that looks like a shower head spraying a truck from above, isn't a truck wash.. It means there is a
Scale ahead that they kinda expect you to pull into. Even an American.
Don't ask how I know that or why it's burned into my memory forever..just
remember, their signs aren't always as plain as we'd like them to be.
It would have been humorous to see someone filling their tank with a credit card and not realizing before that point what Liter prices meant..the look
on their face as the meaning of the pump numbers dawned on them would be priceless. Working Canadian gas stations right at the border must offer some
edit on 20-3-2012 by Wrabbit2000 because: (no reason given)