Our community, as a whole, welcomes Canadian shoppers with their significant economic contribution to our community. As I infrequently visit Canada, I do know how I behave in their country aware of the fact that we must observe different laws, but still must keep in mind common courtesy and a respect for others. Traveling the freeways and roads of our country and noticing enough of our own citizens violating laws of the road, we don't need to add to the unsafe speeding and driving of visitors. For some reason they have no fear of a ticket for speeding or unsafe driving. If and when I visit Canada I fear the laws and consequences of breaking them in a foreign country. For moral, safety and financial reasons, I fear and observe our own state's road laws. How does anyone dare to break the law in our own country let alone behave illegally in another? Apparently visitor citations go un-enforced. I thought 60 mph meant 60 mph; 70 mph meant 70 mph or am I naive? If the tickets for our visitors result in the same financial penalties, start passing them out, a help to our economy. Canadians, you're welcome to visit, but don't add to the large number of our own citizens who hold no regard for the law. When I visit, my legal responsibilities are the same in all environments as I hold to the letter of the law and observe the rules as a law-abiding citizen or visitor.