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Kansas ranks as one of the most strict states for high-risk drivers
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 With Labor Day being a high-traffic day on the road as well as a top holiday for car sales in the U.S., the personal finance website WalletHub this week released its analysis of the Strictest and Most Lenient States on High-Risk Drivers in conjunction with the third-quarter installment of its 2015 Auto Financing Report.

Kansas tied for 10th place in the most-strick category.

As a reminder for consumers to take caution behind the wheel, the report focuses on comparing insurance premiums for high-risk drivers, DUI laws and penalties for various driving violations in the 50 states and the District of Columbia.

High-Risk Drivers Report:

• Strictest states on high risk drivers. 

1. Arizona 

2. Alaska. 

3. Virginia. 

4. West Virginia. 

5. Delaware. 

6. Colorado. 

T-7. Connecticut. 

T-7. Illinois. 

9. Iowa. 

T-10. Kansas. 

T-10. Washington. 

• Most lenient states on high risk drivers

T-41. District of Columbia

T-41. Kentucky

43. Wisconsin

T-44. Mississippi

T-44. New Jersey

T-44. Ohio

47. Michigan

48. North Dakota

49. Montana

50. Pennsylvania

51. South Dakota