I have a job that requires me to be in and out of cars almost daily and dealing with people that often smell like they chain smoke. The heat here is adding to the problem it seems this summer. People get in their car then smoke 4-5 ciggaretts in a row, get out, then all of the smoke festers in the sun for hours at a time. Then I have to get in the car and am almost dying by the time I can get out 10-15 minutes later. I open the windows and have the A/C on full blast to circulate the air but to no avail. By the time I am done I am gagging, coughing, have an almost migrane (full blown if it's really smelly) and am contemplating ways to cut my own lungs out of my body. Often times the smell is also carried into my tiny office and it lingers long after they leave. Quitting my job is not an option, I really wish it was but we can't afford for me to, and there is no kind of policy that can help me not be put into a situation that will prevent me from having to endure this. I don't mind smokers, your body is your thing and this is not a debate about smoking, quitting or what it is doing to the smoker or the people that have to inhale it second hand. I am simply looking to see if anyone has any suggestions as to what I can do to make it not affect me as horridly as it does.