Kids aren't the only ones going back to work this September.
The harvest season is starting up again and farmers are getting back to work in the fields. This means there will be an increase in traffic on the roads including large, slow-moving equipment. These machines can be hazardous for motorists sharing the road.
Alana Julius with Agriculture for Life reminds drivers to be patient and safe.
"One thing to keep in mind is that the farm machinery is going to move really slowly, so 30-40 kilometers on average. So you really need to slow down and leave lots of room."
Bigger machines tend to have large blind spots, so motorists should stay at least 50 feet behind the equipment to remain visible to the machine operator.
The increase in large machinery on the roads will likely last until the end of October.