A mechanism for drivers to obtain coverage when insurance companies are unwilling to sell automobile insurance to them.
The North Dakota Automobile Insurance Plan is a state-supervised insurance plan available to persons who are unable to obtain such insurance coverage in the regular market. Individual policies are assigned to carriers based on the percentage of the market they share. The cost of this insurance is higher than the regular market.
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