Do you love to vape?
Recently, with the growing popularity of this hobby there’s been a lot of legal restrictions by people who make the wrong assumption that using a vaping device is basically the same as smoking or as having an e-cigarrete (spoiler alert: it is NOT the same).
Luckily here’s this very hand infographic that will help you understand more about the do’s and don’ts of vaping broad including some of the legal restrictions you might encounter abroad.
Trust me when I say that you don’t want to be banned for life from flying just because you thought it would be cool to vape onboard that airplane my wonder friend!!!
You see, there’s a lot of misconceptions about vaping so hopefully this statement from the Director of Vape Club can help clarify some of them.
Director of Vape Club Dan Marchant says that “holiday destinations popular with UK travellers where vaping is banned include both Thailand and Turkey. If you have no option, then my best advice is to load up on nicotine gum and patches. For many vapers, it took a lot of effort to make the switch from smoking, and I wouldn’t want to risk that hard work.
Regulations in some countries restrict the selling of vaping products, though it is legal to vape there. We’d advise you to be aware of these laws and ensure you take enough e-liquid, spare coils and batteries to last you the course of your trip. Countries, where this regulation is in force, are closer to home and in Europe, in countries such as Croatia, Denmark, Sweden, and Switzerland.
In the past the regulations for vapers travelling on planes have changed, so we’ll always advise you to be safe with your kit on planes and familiarize yourself with the airline policy before you travel. For example, some airlines restrict the number of spare batteries you can carry onboard.”
Do you vape? Share your thoughts and let me know what you think!