Find used cars in North Dakota at CarsDirect. Although it has its own Canadian border to the north, the state of North Dakota has a lot in common with its neighbor to the south. North Dakota is a rugged, rural state, with just over half a million residents scattered across more than 70,000 square miles. The city of Fargo on the eastern border has generated some pop culture notoriety, but even that city has only approximately 100,000 residents in the city limits, with another estimated 100,000 in the metro area. That said, North Dakota is by no means a populous state. Those visiting from the massively populated eastern seaboard, or from an urban center in the Northwest, will see a different kind of landscape, and a different pace of life. Another big difference is in the transportation that North Dakota residents use every day to get around this sprawling piece of American real estate. North Dakota vehicles need to be able to negotiate the rural topography, to go the distance, from small, isolated hamlets to larger supply locations like Fargo. Another thing outsiders may notice about the cars and trucks on North Dakota roads is that they are not subject to annual inspections. Like South Dakota, North Dakota is one of the few states where annual safety and emissions inspections for vehicles do not apply. That leads to a much different look for the cars and trucks up for sale in North Dakota dealer's lots and in local driveways. To know more about the North Dakota used car market, try a look at CarsDirect, where pricing tools and more can help you find the best deals in the state.