I drive a truck, it's a big one, 80,000 lbs fully loaded. Don't get the wrong idea though, I have never worn a shirt without sleeves and typically listen to NPR while driving. I have all my teeth. Living on the road presents certain challenges when it comes to e-smoking and the following missive is my journey so far. I'd like to hear from others out there and learn from their experiences and maybe this thread can serve as a guide for those to come. It all started with the little NPro. Njoy rules the truck stops, they are all over. For months I ignored them, it's a gimmick, it can't work, but I finally broke down. Vacation was approaching and I was looking at an eleven hour drive with my non-smoking wife, possibly in her car. THERE IS NO SMOKING IN HER CAR! I don't blame her. There is road-head but that's not within the scope of this "forum" The only internet access I had at the time was through my trusty Palm 680. This forum works on it, but just barely. So my research was limited and due to time, so were my choices. The Forum said the NPro wasn't bad, so I threw down. Haha, but at half the price. Truckstops give you a penny of store credit per gallon you buy, and I buy a lot of gallons. The NPro got me through the trip, but it sure wasn't going to replace cigarettes for me. Just not enough throat hit. Home again and intrigued, I hit the net and came up with my next victim, the 801 Penstyle. This one had promise, big carts, big bat-rys, whats not to love? The big carts that vapor-lock and flooded attys on auto bat-rys that's what. The 801 did prove to me that I can be satisfyed by an e-cig, when they work. My analog consumption went down to near zero, but I couldn't be fiddling with this thing while I drive. I managed to drip the 801 through another week of research and another week waiting for my next purchase to arrive. Bring on the Titan! Well really it was just a standard 510 but we all know it's the same thing. The rumors were confirmed. It hit like a Peterbilt going through a school bus on a back country Texas road. Have I gone too far? Sorry, kicks like a mule is so cliche, and I have a morbid sense of humor. It still wasn't perfect. The hits can be inconsistent and the bat-ry life is shorter than the projected lifespan of a back country Texas school kid. Oops, went there again, sorry. The 510 is like dating a supermodel. Lot's of fun, small package, but comes with a lot of baggage. I can't have baggage. During the week I live in a space the size of a twin bed mated to the front of an SUV. Between the PCC and the pass-through I had cords everywhere. Just getting back to the bunk was like taking a country walk in Nam. Add to that, I found that the PCC really does not provide as full a charge as the wall charger and the Pass-through didn't seem to like the 12 volt truck-icity either. Just my experience. I needed something that hit like the 510 but without the baggage. Did it exist? BOOM! Bring on the Prodigy, this thing goes to Eleven. Consistent hits from the 510 atty @ 6 volts even if I flood it. The batteries last 6-7 hours per charge and it comes with a car-charger. That's it for on the road vaping, one device, one cable and one charger. At this point I'm satisfied. Is it perfect? It is not, I'm still dealing with cart issues. But I think it's as close as I'm going to get at this time. Well worth the money. It's entirely possible I would have got the same result from one of the other "mod" devices like the Screwdriver or the GG. I haven't tried them but they seem comparable from what I've seen. In summary, If you are a trucker and you want to get ahead of the curve on this whole e-smoking thing, grab a 510 kit and a Prodigy. I can recommend Puresmoker, Totally Wicked, EastMall, and Electronicstix (but not for juice). If you've made it this far, I applaud your attention span. Be safe out there drivers and get off the fags (that's British for cigarettes).