I really tend to slow lane it with top down. Also do I need to run with my headlights on in Canada? I'm looking up driving law differences now. We do things different than a lot of places here in "Piksburgh", hell, we even use our turn signals a lot here.
I think only Nova Scotia is mandatory for DRL's so as a visitor from the US I don't think you need to have them in Ontario, but I would have them on anyway.....and of course you can turn right on red except where signed, not that you will be encountering many traffic signals once you get out of the GTA..Greater Toronto Area, TO = Toronto or 'Torono'...watch you don't get attacked by racoons, avoid skunks and black bears....watch out for Moose, Deer, snakes and the OPP...oh sorry I think they are the same species
As you know every speed limit is in kms so you may want to set your speedo to kms once you cross the border, some signs will just have a number '80' without 'kms' - max speed through towns is generally 50 except where sign posted. If you are travelling up the 400 although the speed limit is 100kms, you will be standing still as others pass you anywhere between 120-140, lane discipline generally doesn't exist
braking distance between cars...what's that
50 over any speed limit and be prepared to have the car impounded and you taken away in handcuffs
so best you keep your top down
deemed as 'stunt driving'...not 'speeding'
Once you get a few miles north of Barrie things tend to die down in terms of traffic volume.
Have a great trip...
One last thing...if you have a beer ..alcohol limits are pretty tough when getting behind a wheel,