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What type of car are you driving?: 
Harley Davidson's
Summarize your trip in a couple of sentences: 

We rode Harley Davidson's from the tip of South America (Ushuaia Argentina) back to the USA, and then on to the Arctic Circle (Alaska). We did the South & Central America portion of the trip as a charity fundraiser and raised $500,000 for several charities. The first half of the trip took a little over 2 months from Ushuaia Argentina back to Kansas City. And then last year (2014) we rode on to the Arctic Circle, north of Fairbanks, which took about 2 weeks. www.MilesWithAMission.org

Do you have any advice for others who may be considering driving the Americas?: 
Go for it. It's a trip of a lifetime.
What type of car are you driving?: 
A 1994 Mitsubishi Delica Spacegear
Summarize your trip in a couple of sentences: 

We left British Columbia in our 1994 Mitsubishi Delica Spacegear with plans to drive to the very tip of South America.

Do you have any advice for others who may be considering driving the Americas?: 
Do it! Be prepared, make a realistic budget, get in your vehicle, and do it. Because it you don’t, you’ll never know what adventures awaited you.
What type of car are you driving?: 
2003 Honda Civic, stick shift, 2-door, 1.7 L engine.
Summarize your trip in a couple of sentences: 

I got the driving bug at the Mongol Rally, a semi-organized adventure in which participants drive a car with a maximum one-liter engine capacity from England to Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.

Do you have any advice for others who may be considering driving the Americas?: 
You can do it in a Honda Civic! But if you want to go to a lot of small places, especially in the rainy season, consider a four-wheel drive. Also – speak Spanish, as much as you can, all the time, even if you are terrible at it.