North Dakota has just recently passed Constitutional Carry. So, anyone with a valid North Dakota driver's license or ID has a default CCW license which allows them to carry a concealed weapon and now, to store a loaded firearm in their car.


State Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem on Thursday released an opinion that changes in North Dakota’s gun laws allow more people to leave guns in their cars.

In a four-page opinion distributed this week, Stenehjem holds that the state’s constitutional carry law allows that an individual’s valid driver’s license or ID card is the equivalent of a valid concealed weapon license and therefore those who hold one can store a loaded firearm in their vehicle.

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