North Dakota is a northern Great Plains state that shares a border with Canada. The area is primarily agricultural, with a mining and drilling industry. Population density is low, so North Dakota shipping is very low-volume. However, flat roads and low demand for freight trucking allows freight shipping to remain affordable considering the low volume of goods moving through the state. North Dakota freight also moves by rail in some areas, though prices increase further from the population centers. Freight shipping prices will be highest in the most rural areas, while prices will decrease closest to the busiest metro areas.
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