I’ve driven in over a dozen countries, nearly 2 dozen states and provinces and in more cities than I can count. In the developed world, I strongly consider Montreal, Quebec to have the most complicated singling and traffic patterns. It’s not abnormal for exit signs to only right at the exit with no prior warning, and have to cut across traffic like a jackass to to make the exit (otherwise you’ll have to drive another 30 minutes just to get to the next one and turn around with traffic).

Here’s what happens when you’re that jackass that changes his mind after committing. As much as I want to blame him, this is normal driving here...

I know where I’m going and even then, patterns change constantly as the whole infrastructure is literally crumbling apart. Example: you never stop under an overpass or highway here in case it collapses (yes it happens), some bridges are held together by tie straps (The Mercier) others are constantly being fitted with new beams (the Champlain) and well.. potholes get big enough for cars to do flips.