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North Dakota is one of the most beautiful states to live or visit in the United States. Maybe your are relocating to North Dakota or just need to have your vehicle transported to or from here, either way at Best Price Auto Shipping we will guide you through the entire North Dakota auto shipping process. Whether you need to ship one car or multiple vehicles we got your covered, just simply fill out the short, simple quote form above, or call 800-691-2347 to start receiving North Dakota auto transport quotes. You might be interested to learn a few fun facts about the great state of North Dakota, for example did you know until the latter part of the 19th century, European Americans barely settled in the Dakota Territory. By the 22nd of February 1889, an omnibus bill for statehood for Washington, Montana, South Dakota, and of course, North Dakota, entitled the Enabling Act of 1889, was passed during the administration of Grover Cleveland. Benjamin Harrison, who succeeded him, signed the proclamations, which admitted North Dakota to the Union formally on the 2nd of November 1889.
Bismarck is the capital of North Dakota, which is the second most populous city in the state, with 67,034 inhabitants. The most populous city in the state is Fargo, with a population of 113,658 and the third most populous city is Grand Forks, with a population of 54,932. As a whole, the population of North Dakota is estimated to be 739,482. The climate of North Dakota is the usual continental climate that has hot summers and cold winters. Its highest temperature was at 12 °F, recorded at Steele on the 6th of July 1936 and the lowest temperature was at -60°F, recorded at Parshall on the 15th of February 1936. North Dakota’s biggest industry is agriculture. Nevertheless, technology, food processing, and petroleum are also some of its main industries. Its main export is crude oil from petroleum and bituminous miner, while its imports are low erucic acid rape/colza seeds.
The main interstate highways in North Dakota are Interstate 29 (I-29) and I-94, which meets at Fargo. I-29 is oriented north towards south on the state’s eastern edge. Moreover, I-94 bisects North Dakota east towards west in between Montana and Minnesota. The main U.S. highways in the state are U.S. Route 52 (US-52), whose southern or western terminus is Highway 39 near Portal and whose northern or eastern terminus is US-52 near Fargo; US-2, whose southern or western terminus is US-2 near Williston and whose northern or eastern terminus is US-2 in Grand Forks; and US-83, whose southern or western terminus is US-83 south of Hague and whose northern or eastern terminus is Manitoba Highway 83 north of Westhope. In addition, its main state highways are North Dakota Highway 1804 (ND-1804), whose southern or western terminus is the South Dakota border near Pollock and whose northern or eastern terminus is the Montana border at the Fort Union Trading Post; ND-200, whose southern or western terminus is Montana Highway 200 (MT-200) near Fairview Northern and whose northern or eastern terminus is MN-200 near Halstad; and ND-5, whose southern or western terminus is MT-5 near Fortuna and whose northern or eastern terminus is Minnesota State Highway 175 near Joliette. Since May 6, 2015, average current prices of fuel in South Dakota have been $2.48 for regular fuel, $2.58 for midrange fuel, $2.80 for premium fuel, and $2.67 for diesel. So whether you are shipping a car to North Dakota or from North Dakota, Best Price Auto Shipping has you covered.
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