Oh man, tell me about it. I live in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. We have our version of the Autobahn here called the Deerfoot (also know as lead-foot) People are killed and crippled on that freeway on a regular basis. The average speed is 130K, and god forbid you like to drive slow.

I remember driving on the M in England, years ago, and it was fast, but at least you could putter along in the slow lane. Here in Alberta, you are not safe driving anywhere – the speed demons are always tailgating you. Arghhhh!
Oh…and in the winter, just add ice and snow and you have a sure fire recipe for death.

I’ve been working from home now for 2 years and I feel much safer.