Can You Smoke and Drive?

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You cannot smoke and drive at the same time. This is because there are road safety related laws that prohibit smoking while driving. Smoking while driving a motor vehicle is viewed by the authorities as a distraction which may ultimately result in the occurrence of accidents or heavy fines.
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