More fun trivia facts!? In MN, 1 in 8 drivers has had a DUI. WI either beats that or ties it. In CA every day, over 900,000 driver licenses are on suspension for whatever reason- yet over 500,000 of those people continue to drive anyway. In AZ, there are over 50,000 DUI arrests every year, and there is a one year ignition interlock required (even if you go to trial and are acquitted)- but they say less than 40% of those actually have the mandated interlock installed (nobody can afford it- to try to coerce those people to follow their sentence, in fact- the new requirement for DUI arrests after this December first is only six months of interlock). So add that to the estimated 40% of AZ drivers that either have no license and/or insurance, in AZ anyway, possibly upwards of half of all drivers commit a crime just by starting their vehicle. So, let's make a few more thousand laws, and increase the penalties, even though more and more people ignore them both? Makes sense to me.