We're going to be going to Canada/America in just over 4 weeks and in two of the places (Toronto and Washington State, not driving in Seattle, going down to the coast) we've got hire cars.
Are there any special rules for driving that I should know of? Like only overtaking, indicating when two lanes merge, turning corners on red lights (we can't do that here). The kms/mph doesn't worry me as it's just sticking to the number posted.
In Western Australia you can use any lane you like, undertake/overtake, merging is a race to see who can get in front
and for some people indicating at any time is optional (maybe they don't want to wear out the bulb). Hubby and I have both driven in the UK where people stick to the left lane unless overtaking, they don't undertake and they let you in. And I've driven in London twice (not as scary as people say it is), though driving on the other side of the road is a bit freaky, but hubby is going to do the first bit of driving from Toronto airport to my friend's house near Hamilton, and I made sure to book a GPS system.
Thank you for any advice.