Businesses are succeeding in imposing the smoking ban in company vehicles, according to a new survey by the Department of Health.
The smoking ban came into force in England in July 2007, making almost all enclosed public places and workplaces in England smoke-free.
A Department of Health report into the first three months of the ban has revealed that 97% of businesses with work vehicles and 95% with company cars said that either all their work vehicles, or those used by more than one person, were smoke-free.
Minister of State for Public Health, Dawn Primarolo, said: 'I'm especially proud to hear that nine out of ten businesses say that implementation went well and that the majority of people, smokers included, are supportive of the new legislation.'
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