A Guide on Responsible Vape Sales in Michigan

Looking to install a vape vending machine in Michigan? Understanding the local regulations determines who and where can use a machine. This guide provides a quick breakdown of Michigan's e-cigarette regulations.

Michigan's Vape Machine Laws Are Strict

Michigan prioritizes responsible vaping through its regulations. Here's what you need to know for vape vending machines:

  • Age Verification: Michigan law requires anyone purchasing vape products to be at least 21 years old. Your vending machine must have an age verification system to ensure compliance.
  • Vending Machine Restrictions: Vending machines selling vape products cannot be located in areas accessible to those under 21. They are mainly restricted to adult-only establishments. This means you'll mainly see them used inside of bars and dispensaries. 
  • Additional Regulations: Self-service displays for vape products are prohibited by location. Free distribution of vape products in public places is illegal. This ties back into being restricted to adult only locations. Keep any sales inside of your establishment.
  • Packaging Requirements: Liquid nicotine containers must be child-resistant unless prefilled and sealed.
  • Retail Licensing: While a specific license is not required, retail compliance with state laws is mandatory.

Stay Informed for a Successful Business

Vape laws can change, so it's important to have the latest information. We recommend checking Michigan government resources for the most up-to-date regulations.

We Support Responsible Vape Businesses

By following these regulations, you can ensure a responsible and compliant vape vending machine operation in Michigan. Contact us to discuss how our age-verification systems and compliant vending machine placements can help your Michigan vape business thrive. We have a full breakdown on your potential return on investment on our website as well.


This page is intended for informational purposes only and should not be considered legal advice. Please refer to official Michigan government resources for the most current regulations.