Auto Transport to & From North Dakota (ND)
North Dakota is a very interesting state, filled with lots of stuff to do and see. On the north, North Dakota borders Canada, while on the west is Montana and the east is Minnesota. Western North Dakota has the Great Plains and the north Badlands to call it home. These areas include White Butte (the highest point in the state) as well as Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
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In central North Dakota, one can find the Drift Prairie as well as the Missouri Plateau. This area is teeming with lakes, valleys and hills, while the Turtle Mountains rise above them along the Manitoba border. In fact, the absolute center of the North American continent is right by the city of Rugby, North Dakota.
The climate in North Dakota is the shining example of the continental climate: it’s too far away from any major bodies of water that would help moderate the weather. Because of this, the actual weather in North Dakota can change from tremendous heat and humidity in the summers to extremely cold in the winter time, and competing warm air masses coming up from the Gulf of Mexico collide with cold ir coming down from Canada causing strong winds throughout the state. This clash can also lead to thunderstorms, and the state itself averages around 30 days of thunderstorms per year.
The thunderstorms can lead to hail and sometimes tornadoes, which are not rare in North Dakota. However, they are usually localized to the southeast corner. In the winter, ironically, is when the weather becomes a little bit more stable, with occasional flurries of snow. Blizzards, on the other hand, usually occur early in the spring or late in the fall.
Another interesting thing: if you’re a church-goer, you might want to read this as you decide on your auto transport arrangements: North Dakota has the most churches per capita of any state. Also, it has the highest rate of church-going people out of all the states.
Hunting and fishing are common throughout the state, as are hang-gliding and parasailing (wherever you can find water). It is not uncommon to see whole families participating in outdoor sports when the weather is nice.
And you can enjoy all this and more when you decide on your auto transport to North Dakota. Just fill out our online form or call 800-930-7417 and you’ll get 10 quotes from auto transport companies who will help you save time and money on your auto transport to North Dakota.