HSL bans electronic cigarettes on public transport

HSL has decided to ban electronic cigarettes on public transport
and in drivers' rest facilities. Although the regulations in the
Tobacco Act do not cover electronic cigarettes, HSL is against the
use of e-cigarettes on public transport vehicles, in HSL's premises
and drivers' rest facilities.  

HSL justifies the ban saying that the use of electronic
cigarettes, which outwardly resemble ordinary cigarettes, may cause
misunderstanding and confusion. The water and glycerol vapor
produced may also cause respiratory symptoms.

Electronic cigarettes have already been banned by, for
example, some airlines, VR, restaurants and some
municipalities. 

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