The Alaska Highway begins in British Columbia and ends in Alaska. Do you know the length of the Canadian portion of this famous highway? (John Arendt - Black Press)

QUIZ: Are you ready for a summer road trip?

How much do you really know about roads, motor vehicles and car culture? Take this quiz to find out.

Summer is traditionally a time for vacations and road trips.

Even in this time of physical distancing and COVID-19 precautions, there are still plenty of places to see and explore.

If you’re planning a getaway or if you’re longing for the freedom of the open road, here are a few questions related to driving and automobile culture.

Good luck.


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The Alaska Highway begins in British Columbia and ends in Alaska. Do you know the length of the Canadian portion of this famous highway? (John Arendt - Black Press)

It is possible to drive from southern Canada to a point north of the Arctic Circle. How far north is it possible to drive? (John Arendt - Black Press)

Woodenhead, carved from a large stump in the 1940s, watches motorists along the Trans Canada Highway in Revelstoke. Do you know the length of the Trans Canada Highway? (John Arendt - Black Press)

The community of Ashcroft is one of many scenic destinations in British Columbia. (John Arendt - Black Press)

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