Of course, whilst many of these countries have issued a nationwide ban, or restricted when you can smoke whilst driving, it can vary depending on which area of the country you're in.
All 50 states in America have their own state laws, which can cause trouble if you're not up to date on which state you're in and what their rules dictate.
So, whilst a road trip across America has probably featured on the majority of people's bucket lists, you might want to double-check where you can spark one up.
Some states do allow smoking behind the wheel, regardless of the circumstances. These include West Virginia, Kentucky, Nebraska and Iowa.
They're not the only states that allow you to spark up whilst driving, Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Indiana, South Dakota, Indiana and Ohio do as well.
Of course, much like other countries, the US has states that have brought in laws to protect passengers from second-hand smoke.
The following states have specifications in their laws that dictate you can't smoke when carrying underage passengers: