The consumer research group ValuePenguin says Ohioans popped for a drunken-driving offense can expect their auto insurance rates to rise about 243 percent to $3,166 a year.

The data company released the figures in advance of the Thanksgiving holiday, saying the time period between Thanksgiving and New Year's is the most active for drunken-driving enforcement and arrests.

ValuePenguin said the increase is the third largest rate hike in the nation and the high rates stay in place anywhere from three to seven years after a drunken-driving offense.

For more details on the drunken-driving report, click here.