Slovenia abides by the EU Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) (2014). E-cigarettes are regulated by the Restriction on the Use of Tobacco or Tobacco-related Products Act (ZOUTPI) 2017, which classifies e-cigarettes as tobacco related products. Article 26 covers e-cigarettes. A license to sell tobacco related products must be acquired before vendors can sell e-cigarettes. There is a ban on cross-border and internet sales, and a complete ban on advertising. There are restrictions on vaping in public places, on public transport and in a vehicle where a minor (<18 years) is present. In 2016 Slovenia introduced a tax of €0.18 (US$0.21) per ml of e-liquid, resulting in the addition of €1.80 to the price of a 10 ml bottle of juice.