I'm reading from a couple of sources that the new concealed carry law does not have a provision for carrying in a vehicle, meaning that if you do not have a permit you cannot carry a loaded weapon in your vehicle. Does anybody have information that says otherwise?
62.1-02-10. Carrying loaded firearm in certain vehicles prohibited - Penalty - Exceptions. An individual may not keep or carry a loaded firearm in or on any motor vehicle, including an off-highway vehicle or snowmobile in this state. An individual violating this section is guilty of a class B misdemeanor. This prohibition does not apply to: 1. A member of the armed forces of the United States or national guard, organized reserves, state defense forces, or state guard organizations while possessing the firearm issued to the member by the organization and while on official duty. 2. A law enforcement officer. 3. An individual possessing a valid concealed weapons license from this state or who has reciprocity under section 62.1-04-03.1 with a handgun, or with a rifle or shotgun if not in the field hunting or trapping. 4. An individual in the field engaged in lawful hunting or trapping of nongame species or fur-bearing animals. 5. A security guard or private investigator properly licensed to carry firearms. 6. An individual possessing a valid special permit issued pursuant to section 20.1-02-05.