I have searched and could not find a definitive answer on a few scenarios regarding Michigan law and driving in a vehicle.
I’d like to know what the law would be if I, a CPL holder, was driving in a vehicle with my weapon on my person. I have 2 other adult passengers in my vehicle with me but they do NOT have their CPL and do NOT have any weapons. Can I still carry concealed while in the vehicle?
If I am a CPL holder and have my weapon on my person along with 2 adult passengers who do NOT have their CPL but each have a weapon in regular carry, weapon unloaded, locked and out of reach. Can I still carry concealed? We are on the way to a shooting range.
Same as above but my passengers are minors and/or my children and their friends.
If you are in possession of a valid Michigan Concealed Pistol License, you should know the answers to these “scenario questions”. If you aren’t, I strongly suggest that you read the link provided above and seek out a certified Instructor in your area.
“What if” scenarios have way to many rabbit holes to fall into here.
I’ll say this, if you are in possession of a Michigan CPL, it is valid for only what you are carrying concealed. Not what other people are carrying.