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The total driving distance from Detroit, MI to Toronto, Canada is 230 miles or 370 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Detroit, Michigan. It ends in Toronto, Canada.
If you are planning a road trip, you might also want to calculate the total driving time from Detroit, MI to Toronto, Canada so you can see when you'll arrive at your destination.
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To get from Detroit to Toronto you can either take the Ambassador Bridge or the Detroit-Windsor Tunnel. The Ambassador Bridge is the busiest international land crossing between United States and Canada. It handles 68,000 travelers and 12,000 cars per day. And open 24 hours 7 days a week. Wait time is usually longer during the weekends and holidays.
You have to pay a fee to get on the Detroit-Windsor Tunnel. The tunnel connects the US Interstates to Ontario’s Highway 401, the fastest link between US and Canada.
The tunnel is 75 feet below the surface of Detroit River tunnel and it is the only underwater international border crossing in the world. According to DWT website you will save time and avoid the stress of traffic delays when you use the tunnel. All you need to do is pay your toll, show your documents and go.
All travelers including children must have proper documentation to get into Canada. Check with the US Department of State for more info.
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