I'm born and raised in Cali, both north and south. Outside of southern Europe, California is probably the best place on planet Earth to own a sports car. Tons of gorgeous, scenic, well maintained tarmac of every type. You want coastal drives? Got it. Twisty mountain roads? Done. Long high speed straights? Point and shoot. But I've been seriously considering Hawaii. Ahead of my trip there next year, I've talked to friends about it. Granted, most of them are Army guys like me, so their experiences are skewed in that direction. Almost to a man they've warned me off living there. They're car guys too and say it's a terrible place to own a fast car. 1) Ridiculous 35 mph speed limits on the highway. 2) Tons of traffic. 3) Extremely slow drivers outside of urban areas 4) Poorly maintained scenic roads 5) Very aggressive police 6) Local backlash against drifters that will result in scenic road speed bumps You guys live there, own sports cars, and know the territory. How much of this is real, and what are your actual experiences owning a Ferrari on the island. Can you really enjoy a car like this between 5 - 35 MPH?