Wondering where you can enjoy your vape? Get to know the locations where you can vape in the U.S. and abroad, including need-to-know information on major regulations and where they apply.
Vaping in densely populated public places is often forbidden or at least frowned upon, but does that cover work spaces, as well as bars and restaurants?
So you’re sitting and waiting for the train and the announcer informs you that it’s running a little late. For vapers there’s one question that comes to mind while waiting - can I vape on a train?
One of the most important questions vapers face in everyday life is: will my e-cigarette set off a smoke detector? It’s not an easy question to answer.
The FDA recently released their regulations for electronic cigarettes, also known as ENDS (Electronic Nicotine Delivery System). This was a 499 page document outlining what companies would now be required to do.
Since the introduction of e-cigarettes in the USA around 10 years ago, there have been many changes to the legislation governing their use.
Since its inception, vaping has become extremely popular and vapers are found all around the world. However, for vapers looking to travel, there is always one question on their mind: what are the vaping laws in other countries?
For any vapers heading down to the ballpark, there is one major question to answer before the action starts: can I vape at baseball stadiums?
For any vapers looking to watch some of the best the NBA has to offer this coming season, there’ll likely be one question left to answer: can I vape at the NBA?
Heading to the ice hockey you’ll always be hoping for a barn burner, but even though there’s nothing burning in your e-cigarette, many arenas have strict regulations regarding vaping.