Icy roads? No problem. Snow? Bring it on.
Atlantic Canadians are boasting about their winter driving skills, according to a new survey released yesterday. The TD Insurance Winter Driving Poll says 92 per cent of Atlantic Canadians are confident in their winter driving skills compared to the national average of 88 per cent.
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In the drivers seat, 94 per cent of people from Atlantic Canada surveyed say they take it slow in icy or snowy conditions. Atlantic Canadian women are especially confident in their winter driving skills - 89 per cent compared to the national average of 82 per cent.
The online survey conducted Nov. 10 and 11 through Angus Reid Strategies randomly selected 1,027 residents and has a margin of error is 3.1 per cent.