The UK is currently trying to ban smoking in cars when there are children inside. It seems like a hard feat, since it falls onto the fine line of micro-managing citizens' rights and protecting children from harm.
An Autoblog article is taking a poll on what y'all think about this, so please participate!
When I was growing up, my dad used to smoke while driving and I always had the seat behind him, so whether or not I decided to get some "fresh air" and put the windows down, I'd get a big ol' whiff of second hand smoke. I, for one, am in favor of any sort of law that would protect kids from getting black lungs but can also see how hard it would be to enforce such a stipulation.
Well, on the other hand, it's not like the smoking affected my brain or anythnigng,.