- Anonymous5 months ago
You'd have to encounter the mean CBSA first.
- 6 months ago
It depends on several things. Are you in Hawaii, if so, NO. Can you drive and have a license AND do you have a car. Of course, you can. Can you not figure this out?
- ANDRE LLv 76 months ago
You can, if by the US, you mean the Lower 48 states or Alaska.
Without you being more specific as to where you would be driving from and where you would be driving to, no more specific answer can be given
- Anonymous6 months ago
literally millions of people apply each year. you need to have soemthing that will give you en edge over others.
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- KateLv 76 months ago
Canada and the USA are one large land mass with roads that connect the 2. Of course you can drive. Perhaps you might like to look at a map.
- Jay PLv 76 months ago
Unless you're referring to Hawaii, Puerto Rico, or any other US island not connected to the continental US with a bridge, the answer is yes, you can drive to Ontario, Canada, or even Ontario, California.
- capitalgentlemanLv 76 months ago
Can you drive? If so, you can drive anywhere there are roads, including all the ones from the USA to Ontario. There are many of them.
- opurtLv 76 months ago
From most of it, yes. It's tough to drive to Ontario from Hawaii. And it's a long drive from Alaska.
Otherwise you just have to get yourself to one of the border crossings in Michigan or New York, and make sure you've got the right paperwork (a passport is easiest).
- Beau JestLv 56 months ago
No driving necessary. Ontario is a part of the USA and has been since its incorporation as a city in 1891. The land on which it was founded has been American territory since the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo in 1848.
UPDATE: /trolling. Yes you can. You don't even need a passport.
- JoeLv 76 months ago
The province of Ontario, in Canada? Sure. You can walk there, too.
(If you're in downtown Detroit, Michigan, head SOUTH. No kidding.)