i hate to think of holy joe sullying our fair province. evil grows.
but the roads are a lot better than in the sixties and seventies. but they are not great. signage is poorif you don't know the way they do things, but i have seen worse, such as new brunswick. drivers are erratic but usually slower than most places, so it's reasonably safe.
best drive in the province is the cape breton cabot trail, but the loop around the south shore is beautiful and there is the habitation. the first lasting and continuous european settlement north of mexico, a few years before those people from south of the border who keep trying to destroy us.(from the ethnic cleansing and genocide of acdiens in 1755 to 1763 to trumps totally illegal tarriffs--but american obeys no laws)
the guysborough shore is also great and few go up there. not much traffic and lots of beautiful bays as well as the sherbrooke historic village:"how i wish i was in sherbrooke now"
i grew up on minas basin so i like the north shore of that, but it isn't as popular with tourists.