Insurify determined the states with the most street racing violations.
However, a street racing infraction carries a maximum $500 fine and a six-month jail sentence, which at least 11.25 drivers out of every 100,000 have had to endure.
13.13 drivers out of 100,000 have committed a street racing violation; law enforcement is probably adept at hiding in the underbrush.
13.66 Aloha 100 drivers in the state have been cited for street racing, which carries the same punishments as Kansas.
A violation can result in a $2,500 fine, one year in jail, and a six-month licence suspension for 13.93 drivers out of every 100,000 drivers.
With a $435 punishment, it's understandable why 14.30 drivers per 100,000 have this type of infraction on their record—more than four times the national average.
may witness street racing due to the 14.32 violations per 100,000 drivers. Despite the fact that there might be a $500 fine and five points added to one's driving record,
In The Spud State, 15.95 drivers out of every 100,000 are fined for the offence, which carries severe penalties.
In Wisconsin, 18.41 out of every 100,000 drivers have been ticketed for street racing. Whatever the case, the infraction only carries a $20 to $400 charge as a penalty.
Given that the fine is so low—just $100—the Peace Garden State has 12.5 times more drivers with racing offences than the national average.
#2. North Dakota
More than 13 times the national average, 45.10 drivers out of every 100,000 have a street racing violation on their record.
#1. North Dakota