Travel Checklist for Smokeless Cigarette Enthusiasts

When planning your trip, it's a good idea to ask the car rental company, hotel, and transportation hub if they allow electronic smoking. Despite the public smoking bans in the U.S., many airports and other hubs of transportation have designated smoking areas.

Abroad, smoking bans are nonexistent in many places or less restricting. You will probably have an easier time enjoying your favorite habit overseas. Nonetheless, it's always wise to ask if electronic cigarettes are allowed. The last thing you want on a trip is to be prosecuted or fined! When in doubt, ask. It's a courteous gesture that will most likely result in a "yes."

The smokeless cigarette is a good choice for traveling since its noncombustible, compact and its accessories, like USB charger, can be conveniently used in most places.

Choose an E-Cig Starter Kit

If you are a frequent traveler for business or pleasure, you will want to purchase an e-cig starter kit so that you everything you need in one handy case. A basic kit includes 2 wall chargers (1 wall, 1 USB), 2 batteries (1 standard, 1 high capacity), and 10 e-liquid cartridges in your choice of flavor and nicotine strength.

While most airlines and trains do not permit electronic smoking on board, the kit is compact enough that you could place it in your carry-on bag, if desired.

Electronic Smoking Checklist

The standard e-cig starter kit has everything you need, but having extra batteries or chargers on hand is a great idea.

When traveling with an e-cigarette, you can enjoy your favorite habit anywhere in the world. Since it's still a relatively new technology, it's a good idea to exercise caution and be respectful by asking people around you if they mind your electronic smoking. It opens the topic for conversation which could lead to educating more people about e-smoking and making new friends!

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