When it comes to tourism, South Dakota is one of the most underrated states in the United States. This state may not boast of huge cities or beaches, but it still has one of the most gorgeous natural sceneries in the country. If you are looking to visit a state that is rich in Native American Folklore, unique wildlife or breathtaking natural wonders then you should visit South Dakota. From the iconic Mount Rushmore to the amazing Devil’s Tower National Monument, this state offers the best Wild West adventure in the country. Did you know that the beautifully curved Mount Rushmore is the most famous landmark in the state and attracts more than 2 million visitors every year? Well, now you know.
When you look at vaping laws by state, you will find that the vaping laws of the South Dakota state are documented in the South Dakota Codified Laws (Title 34 – 46). Portable vaporizers are classified by the state as tobacco products. This means that portable vaporizers cannot be sold to minors under the age of 18 years. The Mount Rushmore state’s vaping regulations prohibit vaping in all enclosed workplaces. South Dakota is one of the states in America that don’t have statewide vape bans. Instead, the state only prohibits vaping in Department of Correction facilities, by both inmates and employees. All other indoor areas, including restaurants and bars, are entirely exempted from the state’s vaping regulations. However, what is not so clear in the vaping laws is whether or not the local government can stringently regulate vaping usage. As such Mount Rushmore state is one of the few states in the country where no counties or cities have passed vape bans. It is recommended that you contact local authorities to determine if there are any region specific restrictions. The assumption is that no smoking signage for tobacco does not apply to vape usage unless your local authority states otherwise.