On roads rather it is a lot of machines, in spite of the fact that streets in Ontario province it is usual no more than four strips (on two each party), a proside, such as in Moscow, it is not observed. Feature is that turn is to the right resolved on a red signal of a traffic light, the main thing to not stir to other machines and to pass pedestrians. In general the attitude to pedestrians as in the Europe - the pedestrian has a priority, therefore at departure a court yard the driver can easy stand five minutes, expecting when will pass all slowly walking on sidewalk. The driver easy sits at the wheel, not suppressing gas, not compressing a sterring wheel, not being bent from impatience, not submitting sound signals, etc. the Driver is quiet and weakened, without dependence from color of leather and the size of the car. Machines on roads everyone gets under way smoothly, slowly, the reason not only in prevalence AKPP, but also in education of drivers (as it seems to me). Besides infringement of Rules of Road Motion in Ontario province is punished very strictly: With the penalty in 300 local dollars for excess of a high-speed mode you will surprise nobody. However, people try to not break and to not get at all in sight polices. With police here respect and are afraid, policemen very well earn also their work it is considered prestigious. For attempt to bribe the policeman, the prison is practically guaranteed. To break Rules of Road Motion it is unprofitable not only because of high penalties, the infringer for certain at once will get in police files, that automatically entails rise in price of all kinds of the insurance, increase of cost of the credit or in general impossibility to receive this, complexities with trip abroad, etc. Cars in streets pure, rusty or beaten it is not visible, approximately half of machines of the American marks, other half - the Japanese made in the USA, approximately 10 % it briskets Hyundai and BMW with Mercedes, too made in America. It is not enough import machines, practically a rarity. Among thoroughbred American machines about half make pickups. To traditional souvenirs from Ontario province concerns Dream Catcher - the piece which has been thought up by Indians, represents imitation of a web with dewdrops in the form of beads and with the sewn slices of fur and feathers. The hunter of dreams is necessary for suspending, that on it beams of the coming sun fell; it guarantees absence of bad dreams. However, even if at presence of the hunter the bad dream will dream all of you, to worry there is nothing: on assurances of Indians such dream all the same will not come true. Traditional souvenirs in the form of figures of policemen, beavers, elks and bears, and also with symbolic of Canada in the form of a maple leaf on a red floor in various variations in wide assortment on any pocket, and all is made in China. If you examine cities in Ontario, to you necessarily will show and will tell history about the longest street in the world - Yonge Street. The name of street Yonge is said as young (English). Usually, when the street reaches border of city, it passes in highway, but Canadians have acted artfully and outside Ontario Street Yonge lasts still almost on two thousand kilometers. The exact length of street Yonge makes 1896 km, and it is brought in the book of records Guinness, as the longest in the world street. Street Yonge on coast of lake Ontario, nearby from mentioned by us above tower CN Tower begins, then through all Ontario province it lasts on the north up to Cochrane, and then turns off on the West and comes to an end on border with state of Minnesota, the USA. The history approves, that else up to white colonizers on a place of street Yonge there passed a track of American Indian tribe Guron which colonizers from the Europe subsequently began to use. The street has received the present name in 1793 in honour of Sir Georges Young which held a post of the secretary on military questions at then the lieutenant-governor of British Empire in province Upper Canada, now it refers to as Ontario province. The lieutenant-governor sir John Graves Simcoe has based in a place around of a track-are dear small town with simple name Town of York subsequently renamed in Ontario. By the way, sir Simcoe has thought up an original way of transformation of a track in road. It has persuaded all colonizers voluntary to agree with necessity of clarification on six acres of road on each family within 12 months, plus on root out stubs have been involved arrested for offences. As a result per 1816 the track has completely turned to road. In center Ontario, near to an input in Eaton Center on sidewalk along street Yonge the symbolical card representing Canada and the longest street laid on its territory in the world with the detailed description of all sights of city, including and Ontario hotels is made.