We know that state laws vary regarding the ability of companies to restrict what their employees have in their own vehicles. We also know that pretty much every corporation has verbage in the employment contract that says you can not have weapons on company property. Unless you happen to be the most sought after talent in your field of expertise, you are probably not going to negotiate that out of deal. Most of us are unlikely to opt to stay unemployed and turn down a good job offer because of that rule. That being said, what are the realities of those policies? Short of having a rifle on a gun rack in your back window, under what circumstance does the company discover a firearm in a private vehicle. Does the shop foreman twist your earlobe and drag you out to the parking lot and demand you open it for his inspection? Who steps forward to demand access to your private property, a private security employee? Local law enforcement maybe? If you were a Cheif of Police or County Sheriff, would you risk the lawsuit that may well result from you officers doing warantless searches on behalf of a private company? Obviously if you work at a Federal facility its a whole other ball game. My personal tactic, would be to say "get a real cop, with a real search warant for my vehicle, then I will unlock it". Other than that "get stuffed". If the company wants to fire me for not allowing them into my vehicle so be it, I may not need a job after the lawsuit is settled. Policy says I may not have a firearm in my vehicle, not that they can search through my private property any time they want. They will not do a random search regardless of if I have a gun in it or not. Just my two cents.