Smoking in cars where there are children will be illegal from next year.
The regulations will criminalise smoking by any adult in a car carrying a child of under 18.
A fine of £50 will also be issued to those who don’t prevent others from smoking.
According to the British Lung Foundation, 430,000 children are exposed to second-hand smoke in their family cars and the new legislation has gained widespread support.
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