The third largest city in North Dakota, Grand Forks is one of the snowiest places in the country, with a third of the year retaining icy conditions. Despite this, it is one of the top college towns in the country, home to the University of North Dakota and North Dakota State University. It is also a thriving outdoor destination, home to the Greenway Trail system and some of the best bird-watching opportunities around. Kudos to the Butterfly Garden and Native Prairie Grassland for this distinction.
Some of Grand Forks’ most popular attractions include the North Dakota Museum of Art, Ralph Engelstad Arena, Memorial Monument, Grand Forks County Historical Society Myra Museum, and the River City Speedway.
All Grand Forks drivers must have an auto insurance policy to drive legally. Keep reading to learn more about car insurance in North Dakota, including the state’s minimum liability requirements, average premiums paid by ZIP code, and factors auto insurance companies use to calculate your premiums.