The Welsh Government has announced new plans to ban smoking in cars in Wales where a child is present.
The move was announced by First Minister Carwyn Jones and Health Minister Mark Drakeford, in a joint statement today.
The Welsh Government announced its intentions to tackle the problem of second-hand smoke in cars in 2011, and a campaign, Fresh Start Wales, was launched in 2012.
However, although the rate of smoking in cars has declined since then, the Welsh Government has now decided to pursue a legislative solution to stopping children being harmed by second-hand smoke.
Children are particularly affected by second-hand smoke, which can cause a large number of serious illnesses. The affect of smoke is increased in confined spaces, such as in a car.
A consultation on this issue will be held in the near future.
You can find out more on the Welsh Government website here: