What’s the difference between smoking in a car and in a house?
Yesterday, for a few milliseconds, I had put myself into the skin of a smoker.
Today, my question is simple, but a bit lengthy :
Since smokers have the right to enjoy a cigarette into their house (regardless of the number of persons present), what is the logic behind the law prohibiting anyone to smoke into a car if he/she is accompanied?
Tomorrow, I will approve the comments, since I have been in office since 930am till 2130hrs today, on a Sunday!
What does the law says?
As far I understand, the new law states that you can smoke in a car only if you are alone.
Even if the passengers are smokers and agree, you are now allowed to smoke.
On the other hand, since a house is considered as a “private” property, you can smoke as long as you can afford to, despite there are other persons in the same house.
Is there any difference or are they stupid?
Well, of course, you can say that the car has 4 wheels etc, but still, it does not justify the fact that these 2 similar situations have been categorized differently according to the law.
In both cases, the other persons inhaling your smoke, whether they agree or not.
As illustrated above, in all the cases, you are going to be screwed up!