Depending on the province you are driving in, there may be a tolerance with the maximum speed at which you can drive on highways, sometimes 10-20% above the posted speed limit. This means it's possible that on some highways you'll see people driving at 115km/h when the speed limit is actually 100km/h.
To ensure the safety for everyone in your car and others on the road, we ask all Poparide drivers to respect the posted speed limit. It's been proven that the faster you drive, the higher the risk for you to cause an accident. It just not worth that extra risk!
Consider a trip from Montreal to Ottawa which is 200km, driving at 100km/h will take 2 hours, whereas driving at 115km/h will take you 1h45mins. That's only 15 minutes difference for more risk and a potentially less comfortable ride for your passengers. Speeding doesn't get you to your destination that much faster, relatively speaking!
During winter months where snow and black ice are common on Canadian highways, we also strongly recommend slowing down 10-20km/h below the limit, as this greatly reduces your chances of skidding.