Car smoking ban comes into force
1 October 2015
From the section Health
Smoking will be banned if under-18s are in the car
A law banning smoking in vehicles carrying children has come into force in England and Wales.
Drivers and passengers who break the law could face a penalty fine of £50 – but police say they will take a non-confrontational approach initially.
People will still be liable if the windows are down or sunroof open if an under-18 is present.
But the law will not apply to people who are driving in a convertible which has the roof down.
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Source:: BBC UK