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Travel and Vaping Driving to Canada with E-cigs and Nic juice?

Discussion in 'General Vaping Discussion' started by rainkeltoia, Jun 8, 2011.

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  1. rainkeltoia

    rainkeltoia Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 7, 2011
    Maine
    I'm not sure if its an issue, I know that there are regulations about importing ejuice with nicotine, but are there any rules about bringing personal amounts with you while traveling to Canada specifically driving there? I make regular trips to visit my fiance who lives in Nova Scotia and usually bring something to declare with me (previously analogs and perhaps a bottle of wine). Now I don't have the analogs, but bringing some wine or mead is par for the course. Should I/Do I need to declare e-cigs and juice? Last time I went up I did not, and wasn't searched or anything but did take off any stickers that had the amounts of nicotine on them. Thank you in advance for your time!
     
  2. EastSideToker

    EastSideToker Senior Member ECF Veteran

    May 13, 2011
    Moncton
    really shouldnt be an issue driving into canada, just stash it with the coke... lol .. as long as you dont have boxes of juice i assume you will be fine.. if your worried about it you could just have a canadian vendor ship to NS so it will be there when you get there ..
     
  3. rainkeltoia

    rainkeltoia Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 7, 2011
    Maine
    I could but I'm pretty sure they've banned the nicotine? Or am I mistaken?
    I'll have to wave when I drive through Moncton in August ;)
     
  4. EastSideToker

    EastSideToker Senior Member ECF Veteran

    May 13, 2011
    Moncton
    nic is `banned`, however we do have a few vendors within who take the risk ..

    I dont think you have any worries crossing the border as long as you dont have Loads of juice.. I believe where it is legal in the US and its only your `personal` should have no issues.. I dont think its illegal to own nic juice, just selling it is banned. Like you said you can peel the stickers off.. they do sell e-cigs in canadian stores just 0 nic (pointless my opinion)

    if you want to order from canada .. cdnvapor is who i deal with.. 0-24mg ..

    Best of Luck..
     
  5. rainkeltoia

    rainkeltoia Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 7, 2011
    Maine
    Thanks for your answers! I'll definitely be taking mine with me -- looks like my poor fiance will have to start vaping 0 o_O and I'll eventually have to cut down when I move up there!
     
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