I have been recently considering the idea of driving up to Nova Scotia (specifically cape brenton area) to visit my relatives this upcoming January for a short visit. However, I have never driven to Canada before and am unsure of the quality of the roads there, as well as the typical weather conditions during the middle of winter (being that I do not own a car with 4-wheel drive). I am also typically pressed on time with my career, so I was planning to complete the roughly 1000 mile drive in a single day. I have independently taken other long trips by car under similar conditions in the past (2.5 days from NY to Las Vegas, and less than one day to Florida from NY). I guess my main concern is whether the roads up there are comparable to the interstate system in the US (in terms of travel speed), and if the conditions are known to deteriorate quickly with inclement weather. If I were to go, I would also most likely be traveling solo. I am familiar with the route on i95 north up to Bangor, ME, but am unfamiliar with the best route to take after that point. Any input would be greatly appreciated.