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View Poll Results: Do you smoke or allow smoking in your car?
YES! 10 20.41%
NO! :( 30 61.22%
Sometimes : / 9 18.37%
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Old 02-25-2004, 07:40 PM   #21
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Old 02-26-2004, 12:04 AM   #22
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I do in my car with the windows open, it gets me through the long trips
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I smoke. So does most of my family. In the cars yes, in the house never! My wife and I stopped smoking in the house when the kids were very small and noticed that colds, ear infections and the sniffles dropped almost to ZERO. Not to mention the house just feels cleaner. So its the garage for us (which is my favorite room in the house anyways LOL)

I have friends who dont smoke and I absolutley DO NOT smoke in thier cars. I dont even ask. I smoke in mine with the windows cracked and the RECIRC off. I do admit, after I do a heavy cleaning on the interior..I don't light up in there for a few days but I drive, on average 150 miles a day (today was almost 300) and you can bet there was some puffin today...(stress)
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I don't mind people smoking, go ahead, smoke all you want. Just make sure you're FAR AWAY from my car! People ask me all the time if they can smoke in my car. I tell them sure, for $3k they can have the car and smoke in it all they want. My interior is mint, the car doesn't appear to have ever been smoked in, and I would like to keep it that way. My sister on the other hand...well, she lets people smoke just about anything they want to in her car, but thats another story.

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I really hate when you smoke in your car and get those paper ashes you can't control and they fly all over the car. How shitty!
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Old 02-26-2004, 01:10 AM   #27
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I smoke in the car, with the window at least cracked (depending on the temp), except when the kids are in the car. Works okay in the summer, because I hate AC and have the windows open. But I still need to clean the inside of my windshield...

Not allowed to smoke in the house, but I sneak one in occasionally when she ain't home and it'* butt cold outside.
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the only time people get to smoke in my car is if their window is ALL the way down. its amazing the lengths people will go to smoke. like 85 mph wind in extreme coldness.....hey he had to smoke though right? hehehe i was like "yeah you can smoke if you roll the window down" he cracks it a little i go "no i mean DOWN" and roll it down all the way.good times
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I do smoke in my car.. just not anyone else.. too many dumb A$$ burned the rubber around the window .. and my car doesn't smell.. thats why they invented FreBreeze.
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Old 02-26-2004, 05:52 PM   #30
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I have asthma, but I tolerate smoke in other people'* cars and houses, just not mine!

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