If you enjoy your E-cigs, it’s natural to want to take them with you wherever you go. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at some of the things you need to consider when traveling with your electronic cigarettes.
Travel Restrictions on E-cigs
In the United States, the FAA prohibits E-cigs, vaporizers, and any other type of electronic nicotine delivery systems from being carried in checked baggage on an airplane. However, you are allowed to store them in your carry on, and since E-cigs are small this shouldn’t be a problem unless you are trying to transport large amounts of them.
With that said, you are not allowed to actually use an E-cig on an airplane, so keep it in your luggage until you arrive at your destination.
The E-juice in E-cigs does not respond well to high temperatures, so storing your E-cigs in a hot car for long periods of time is not a good idea. With that said, if the temperature inside your car is comfortable enough for a human being to enjoy then it is plenty cool enough to keep your E-cigs safe. This means that taking your E-cigs on a road trip is perfectly fine. If you’re staying somewhere along the way, though, and it’s a hot summer day, be sure to bring your E-cigs in with you.
No Leak, No Mess, No Problem
Aside from the two considerations listed above, there really is nothing you have to worry about when traveling with your E-cigs. Electronic cigarettes are designed to be relatively durable, so you don’t have to worry much about destroying them if you pack them in with the rest of your luggage. With quality E-cigs, leakage isn’t a problem either, so don’t fret about E-juice leaking all over the rest of your belongings.
At the end of the day, traveling with E-cigs is a breeze, so feel free to take them with you wherever you go.