But it's not a car.
I agree with that though, that if there were a non smoker in a car, don't light up.
A couple of years ago, while on a road trip, we stopped by a friend of my husbands (I knew him too), with the intent of staying the night. I knew this guy was a smoker, knew he smoked a lot, but didn't realize how much.
He and his new wife (who has since died of guess what? Lung cancer) were both chain smokers. I mean CHAIN smokers. When we first got there we spent a few hours outside looking at the horses in his pasture. I realized inside was probably going to be an issue. We went in for a little bit, then out to dinner. There was both a smoking and a non smoking section in this restaurant. Of course they took the smoking.
These 2 were SO bad with their smoking, they even smoked while they were eating! When not sucking on the cigarettes, they would leave them burning in the ashtray on the table.
My husband and I had a prior agreement that if it was too bad, we would make excuses for not staying, saying we were going to continue to my sisters house a couple of hours away.
We left their house, and stayed in hotel about a mile away. We didn't like the smoke, WE left.
I hate smoking, but I have a real issue with kids believing they can bend others to their will, without thinking it through.
You know, I can remember my parents telling me when I was young, "When you're grown up and support yourself, you can do whatever you want, but not here."
Today, I'm expected in public to make concessions to children that (a) aren't mine (b) are complete strangers and (c) the parents seem to believe the world needs to accomodate their childrens whims and bad behavior.
In any event, I don't get that the OP has a problem with the smell. He already said in another thread he wonders if he should get her arrested.