Hawaii is the most densely populated -- ranking 13th in the nation -- of the top 10 states for DUIs in 2014. The state's drunken driving deaths decreased, along with the nation's, in the decade leading up to 2013, by some 30 percent, but the number of fatalities attributed to drunk drivers under aged 21 increased by 31 percent.
In CDC surveys, 2.9 percent of Hawaiians said they had driven while impaired by alcohol in the previous 30 days, 50 percent above the national average. In 2014, Hawaii had the sixth highest DUI arrest rate, of 49.9 per 10,000 residents.
An analysis by CarInsurance.com, found that insurance rates increased by an average of 182 percent in Hawaii after a DUI.