North Dakota Average Cost of Car Insurance Rates (2024)

A.M. Steinbach
Written byA.M. Steinbach
A.M. Steinbach
A.M. SteinbachInsurance Writer
  • Full-time writer for 5+ years

  • Two-time Emmy Award nominee

A Harvard graduate, Mark has worked as a freelance personal finance and tech writer. He’s also written for Saturday Night Live.

Featured in

media logomedia logomedia logomedia logo
John Leach
Edited byJohn Leach
Photo of an Insurify author
John LeachInsurance Copy Editor
  • Licensed property and casualty insurance agent

  • 8+ years editing experience

John leads Insurify’s copy desk, helping ensure the accuracy and readability of Insurify’s content. He’s a licensed agent specializing in home and car insurance topics.

Featured in

media logo
Amber Benka
Reviewed byAmber Benka
Amber Benka
Amber BenkaLicensed Insurance Agent

Amber Benka is a licensed insurance agent specializing in auto, home, commercial, life, and health insurance. She has owned the R.A.L Insurance Agency for four years.

Updated March 8, 2022 at 4:00 PM PST

Save up to $717 by comparing quotes from the top 100+ insurance companies

Secure. Free. Easy-to-use.
Based on 3,806+ reviews
4.8/5
Shopper Approved
ProgressiveLiberty MutualTravelers
Advertiser Disclosure

At Insurify, our goal is to help customers compare insurance products and find the best policy for them. We strive to provide open, honest, and unbiased information about the insurance products and services we review. Our hard-working team of data analysts, insurance experts, insurance agents, editors and writers, has put in thousands of hours of research to create the content found on our site.

We do receive compensation when a sale or referral occurs from many of the insurance providers and marketing partners on our site. That may impact which products we display and where they appear on our site. But it does not influence our meticulously researched editorial content, what we write about, or any reviews or recommendations we may make. We do not guarantee favorable reviews or any coverage at all in exchange for compensation.

Why you can trust Insurify: Comparing accurate insurance quotes should never put you at risk of spam. We earn an agent commission only if you buy a policy based on our quotes. Our editorial team follows a rigorous set of editorial standards and operates independently from our insurance partners. Learn more.

How Much Does Car Insurance Cost In North Dakota?

On average, car insurance rates for drivers in North Dakota are $155 per month, and $1864 per year. The average rates make North Dakota the 44th most expensive state in the country for car insurance rates and 44% less expensive than the national average.

Keep in mind that average auto insurance costs are determined by factors other than location. Based on your driving history, credit score, age and marital status you should be able to find insurance quotes and discounts so that your monthly payment is less than the averages cited here.

0.1%2.3%15.9%50%84.1%97.7%99.9%Average cost: $15550%

Insurify's comparison tool will help you make sure you're getting the best possible quote based on your needs and location. You can have peace of mind you're not paying any more than the average price in your state, and customers save $48 per month on average.

Best North Dakota Auto Insurance Rates

Insurify analyzed car insurance rates in the twenty most populous cities in North Dakota and has selected the following providers and quotes as the best rates for drivers in North Dakota.

Cheapest CompaniesQuotes
The car insurance quotes, statistics, and data visualizations on this page are derived from Insurify’s proprietary database of over 4 million car insurance applications from ZIP codes across the United States. Insurify’s data science team performs a comprehensive analysis of the various factors car insurance providers take into account while setting rates to provide readers insight into how car insurance quotes are priced.
Progressive$19
Allstate$49
State Farm$55
The General$113
American Family$141

North Dakota Car Insurance Rates by City

For drivers in North Dakota, it's important that you evaluate all of your potential insurance options to ensure you are finding the best rate. Based on internal Insurify data, here are the average cost of car insurance rates for drivers in the top 10 cities in North Dakota.

CityAvg. Monthly Rate
The car insurance quotes, statistics, and data visualizations on this page are derived from Insurify’s proprietary database of over 4 million car insurance applications from ZIP codes across the United States. Insurify’s data science team performs a comprehensive analysis of the various factors car insurance providers take into account while setting rates to provide readers insight into how car insurance quotes are priced.
Bismarck$143
Dickinson$184
Fargo$130
Grand Forks$138
Mandan$166
Minot$149
Minot Afb$233
Watford City$129
West Fargo$164
Williston$187

What Is the Average Cost of Car Insurance in North Dakota by Age?

Teenagers pay the highest premiums to drive in North Dakota: $337 on average, which is more than $180 above the state average. Young adults in their 20s see their average rates go way down to $169, which is only a little above the state average.

Rates continue to go down for the older age groups in North Dakota, hitting their lowest for drivers in their 60s, who only pay $101 per month. From there, prices tick up a bit, hitting $141 for drivers in their 70s.

AgeAvg. Monthly Rate
The car insurance quotes, statistics, and data visualizations on this page are derived from Insurify’s proprietary database of over 4 million car insurance applications from ZIP codes across the United States. Insurify’s data science team performs a comprehensive analysis of the various factors car insurance providers take into account while setting rates to provide readers insight into how car insurance quotes are priced.
Teens$337
20s$169
30s$118
40s$151
50s$154
60s$101
70s$141
>80s$136

Compare Car Insurance Quotes Instantly

Secure. Free. Easy-to-use.
Based on 3,806+ reviews
4.8/5
Shopper Approved
ProgressiveLiberty MutualTravelers

What Is the Average Cost of Car Insurance in North Dakota by Gender?

If you’re a man in North Dakota, you’ll likely pay more for car insurance than the state’s women. On average, men pay $167, which is $23 more than the $144 average for women.

GenderAvg. Monthly Rate
The car insurance quotes, statistics, and data visualizations on this page are derived from Insurify’s proprietary database of over 4 million car insurance applications from ZIP codes across the United States. Insurify’s data science team performs a comprehensive analysis of the various factors car insurance providers take into account while setting rates to provide readers insight into how car insurance quotes are priced.
Male$167
Female$144

Does Marital Status Influence the Average Cost of Car Insurance in North Dakota?

In North Dakota, buying a marriage license isn’t the only price you’ll pay when you get married. You’ll also end up paying, on average, $33 more per month for car insurance. With insurance premiums low as it is, a $33 difference is pretty significant. Married drivers also pay $23 over the state average for car insurance.

Marital StatusAvg. Monthly Rate
The car insurance quotes, statistics, and data visualizations on this page are derived from Insurify’s proprietary database of over 4 million car insurance applications from ZIP codes across the United States. Insurify’s data science team performs a comprehensive analysis of the various factors car insurance providers take into account while setting rates to provide readers insight into how car insurance quotes are priced.
Married$178
Single$145

Minimum Car Insurance Requirements in North Dakota

All motor vehicles operated or parked on North Dakota roadways are required to be insured. Proof of insurance must be carried in your car at all times and must be available when:

  • Requested by law enforcement

  • Renewing vehicle registration

  • The vehicle is involved in a car accident

The minimum liability insurance requirements for private passenger vehicles in North Dakota[1] are:

  • $25,000 per person for bodily injury

  • $50,000 per accident for bodily injury

As a major part of your liability insurance, bodily injury coverage covers medical bills for people other than the policyholder who are injured during an accident. North Dakota is a no-fault state, meaning both parties’ insurance providers will pay for expenses, regardless of which party caused the accident.

  • $25,000 per accident for property damage

If it’s determined that an insured driver is at fault for an accident, this coverage pays for repairs to the property of the other involved parties. Additionally, property damage coverage can cover legal costs if the insured driver is involved in a lawsuit following the accident.

  • $30,000 per accident for PIP

Personal injury protection coverage, also referred to as PIP coverage, will cover the policyholder for medical payments they incur in the event of an accident. Depending on your plan, you may also receive non-medical benefits, compensating you for lost wages, household expenses, and even funeral costs.

  • $25,000 per person for uninsured/underinsured motorist bodily injury

  • $50,000 per accident for uninsured/underinsured motorist bodily injury

Uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage pays for costs caused by a driver with little or no insurance after a car accident. In North Dakota, this coverage pays for bodily injury only.

How Does Credit History Affect North Dakota Car Insurance Rates?

North Dakota allows car insurance companies to consider your credit history when determining your car insurance rates. Despite this, drivers with an excellent credit history actually pay $18 more on car insurance ($151 per month) than those with a poor credit history ($133 per month). Drivers with an average or good credit history are in the middle of these two extremes, at $145 per month and $142 per month, respectively.

Credit HistoryAvg. Monthly Rate
The car insurance quotes, statistics, and data visualizations on this page are derived from Insurify’s proprietary database of over 4 million car insurance applications from ZIP codes across the United States. Insurify’s data science team performs a comprehensive analysis of the various factors car insurance providers take into account while setting rates to provide readers insight into how car insurance quotes are priced.
Poor$133
Average$145
Good$142
Excellent$151

What Is the Average Cost of Car Insurance in North Dakota for High-Risk Drivers?

"Safety first" is not just a mantra that saves lives. It also saves money. Common sense tells us that the safest drivers will pay the least, and safe drivers qualify for "good driver" and "accident-free" discounts. But what if your record is less than perfect?

Drivers with a speeding ticket in North Dakota will pay $27 more per month on average—plus fines. Drivers with an at-fault accident on their insurance record should expect to see monthly rates increase by around $9. Accidents happen, but driving safely and keeping a clean record are the best ways to avoid rate hikes. Remember, violations and accidents will stay on your insurance history for years to come. Still, you can still take a defensive driver course to reduce your monthly payment.

Driving HistoryAvg. Monthly Rate
The car insurance quotes, statistics, and data visualizations on this page are derived from Insurify’s proprietary database of over 4 million car insurance applications from ZIP codes across the United States. Insurify’s data science team performs a comprehensive analysis of the various factors car insurance providers take into account while setting rates to provide readers insight into how car insurance quotes are priced.
No Violation$152
At-Fault Accident$162
Speeding$179
Good to know

Tips for Researching North Dakota Car Insurance Rates

When it comes to car insurance rates, you never quite know what you’re going to get. Prices tend to vary between companies and based on a variety of unique factors. With many trusted carriers offering their services in North Dakota, drivers will want to make sure they’re comparing rates so that they can find the right policy for their budget.
Insurify is all about making it easy to compare quotes so that drivers can find cheap car insurance rates. With Insurify, dozens of free car insurance quotes are just a few clicks away, setting you up to find the right policy at the right price.

Top Auto Insurance Companies

Compare Top Auto Insurance Companies

Use Insurify for all of your car insurance comparison needs! Compare and connect directly with the top insurance companies to find the best rates as well as the most personalized discounts and coverage options. Insurify’s network includes over 200 insurance companies throughout the U.S. who can work with you to get you the right auto insurance policy at the cheapest price. See All Auto Insurance Companies

FAQs - North Dakota Car Insurance

  • Why is car insurance so expensive in North Dakota?

    There are many different factors that go into the how expensive your car insurance is. That said, some of the reasons why you could be paying so much for your insurance include: living in a state with high minimum insurance requirements, being a young or new driver, committing past traffic offenses like at-fault accidents or DUIs, and having a low credit score.

  • Do car insurance rates vary by county in North Dakota?

    Auto insurance costs will vary between locations and insurance carriers, depending on the county North Dakota. Insurify analyzed the latest data for the five most populous cities in North Dakota to find you the cheapest quotes in each of these metropolitan areas.

  • Which providers have the best auto insurance ratings in North Dakota?

    The way to find the carrier with the best auto insurance ratings in North Dakota and save on your insurance premiums is to compare quotes from all companies in your area. Use a car insurance quotes comparison site like Insurify to compare up to 10+ real quotes for your specific driver profile and unlock savings and discounts. Rates can fluctuate greatly based on whether you're a safe driver or a high risk one, but you should never overpay. Insurify provides the cheapest car insurance quotes and companies in your area in just a few seconds.

  • How much do annual auto insurance rates increase in North Dakota?

    During the past three years in the United States, national premium costs have risen an average of 4.5 percent annually. In states where quotes have risen, this figure has been 7.8 percent; and in those where rates have fallen, prices have decreased by approximately 6.0 percent. Individual rates by state will of course vary depending on the driver’s history and a multitude of factors.

Compare Car Insurance Quotes Instantly

Secure. Free. Easy-to-use.
Based on 3,806+ reviews
4.8/5
Shopper Approved
ProgressiveLiberty MutualTravelers

Methodology

Insurify data scientists analyzed more than 90 million quotes served to car insurance applicants in Insurify’s proprietary database to calculate the premium averages displayed on this page. These premiums are real quotes that come directly from Insurify’s 50+ partner insurance companies in all 50 states and Washington, D.C. Quote averages represent the median price for a quote across the given coverage level, driver subset, and geographic area.

Unless otherwise specified, quoted rates reflect the average cost for drivers between 20 and 70 years old with a clean driving record and average or better credit (a credit score of 600 or higher).

Liability-only premium averages correspond to policies with the following coverage limits:

  • Bodily injury limits between state-minimum rates and $50,000 per person, $100,000 per accident
  • Property damage limits between $10,000 and $50,000
  • No additional coverage
Full-coverage premium averages correspond to the same bodily injury and property damage limits in addition to:
  • Comprehensive coverage with a $1,000 deductible
  • Collision coverage with a $1,000 deductible

Quotes for Allstate, Farmers, GEICO, State Farm, and USAA are estimates based on Quadrant Information Services’ database of auto insurance rates.

Sources

  1. North Dakota Department of Transportation. "State Minimum Car Insurance Requirements." Accessed May 27, 2022
A.M. Steinbach
A.M. SteinbachInsurance Writer

A.M. is a Brooklyn-based writer, editor, and content marketing strategist who's worked with major brands in insurance, tech, finance, and healthcare. He also contributes to The Average Joe, a personal finance newsletter that reaches over 250,000 daily readers. Since 2019, he's written for Insurify, breaking down a diverse range of insurance topics into crisp, readable prose.

John Leach
Edited byJohn LeachInsurance Copy Editor
Photo of an Insurify author
John LeachInsurance Copy Editor
  • Licensed property and casualty insurance agent

  • 8+ years editing experience

John leads Insurify’s copy desk, helping ensure the accuracy and readability of Insurify’s content. He’s a licensed agent specializing in home and car insurance topics.

Featured in

media logo
Amber Benka
Reviewed byAmber BenkaLicensed Insurance Agent
Amber Benka
Amber BenkaLicensed Insurance Agent

Amber Benka is a licensed insurance agent specializing in auto, home, commercial, life, and health insurance. She has owned the R.A.L Insurance Agency for four years.

Compare Car Insurance Quotes Instantly

Secure. Free. Easy-to-use.
Based on 3,806+ reviews
4.8/5
Shopper Approved
ProgressiveLiberty MutualTravelers