LCAV wrote:Utah recently enacted a law that prevents any person or entity from establishing a policy that prohibits firearms in vehicles on any property designated for motor vehicle parking. Exceptions include school and residential building parking areas. In addition, a person may restrict firearms in a parking lot if an alternate parking location or a secured and monitored firearm storage area is available.
Another new Utah law allows both concealed weapon permit holders and non-concealed weapon permit holders to carry an unloaded firearm in a glove box or console box of a vehicle and to carry loaded or unloaded firearms at their residences (including a temporary residence or "camp") and on their real property.
Their second paragraph makes it sound like guns in cars must be unloaded, but my understanding of 76-10-505 was that we're now allowed to carry loaded handguns anywhere in our vehicles even without a CWP. Did I miss something or did they?