expired visa, drive vs fly

Hi all, I was supposed to take a flight out of US today to Canada, on last day of my visa, but covid results did not come back in time and I can't fly. I have just seen that expired visa may jeopardize future visas (and of course can't re-enter US). I booked another covid test in two days and considering driving up to the border and walking across (because they will not allow one-way car rental or sold out) vs. flying for ~$600 one day. Anyone come across this, or pros and cons? Seems to me just like time (car) vs money (flight)...am I missing anything? Flight certainly seems more simple.

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