Once the only entirely paved route from Canada to Old Mexico, US-83 is still likely the shortest- from Swan river, Manitoba, dead south to Brownswille, Texas and beyond to Matamoros, Mexico, without turning once. The road to nowhere is alternately unfair, and then not severe enough,for the route nvigates some of the widest and most aesthetically challenged landscapes in the country. On US-83 you can also take in some phenomenal country: verdant farmland dotted with truly small towns, endlessly shifting prairie grassland, winding Missouri river roadways, and plain , isolated.
U.S. Route 83 runs 1,885 miles from the Canadian border north of Westhope, N.D. to Brownsville, Texas, on the Mexican border. It is one of the last and longest stretches of highway in America and little of it is spoiled by soulless four-lane Interstate and it passes through North Dakota, South Dakota, the Lakota Nation on the Rosebud Reservation, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas. The U.S. Route 83 Travel Page is devoted to promoting the highway as an interesting place to explore.belongs to, the travelers will find 125 communities with some of the friendliest people in the country.
Mexico has very strict import laws. Basically, unless you pay very high customs duties, anything you import must either be used or exported when you leave. Don't beleive you will have any trouble selling a car bought in Canada in the US as long as it meets US air quality requirments. As far as your route is concerned, that's one of the better problems you'll ever have. Whichever route you choose, Canada, US northern, or US central, they are all superb.