OK, I'm sure that there may be people who based their car selection around their carry choices but I'm not there (yet) and have to work with what I have. Most of my driving is done in a car that has a driver's seat with lateral support or bolstering that conflicts with some carry options. I like to carry OWB at 4:00- I can't get comfortable with 1:00 IWB and 3:00 OWB doesn't conceal as well for me. But when I sit in the car with a 4:00 carry the bolstered seats are problem- I am basically sitting or leaning on the gun. I could take the gun out of the holster but there are many times when I have passengers that may have an issue with that. Acknowledging the screw them if they have a problem with guns idea, I'd still like to find a way to maintain a concealed carry in the car without a callous on my back and a chiropractor on speed dial. Let's say we are going to stick with 4:00 as the desired carry position The best I have come up with is carrying a short stack gun (e.g. my Glock 26 or Kahr PM9 seem to work the best) in a forward canted belt holster that I can slide forward on my belt when I get in the car. Between the ability to slide the holster all the way up to the 3:00 belt loop, the forward cant and the short handle, the gun doesn't stick behind me enough to be unbearable. I'm currently using a Galco Stinger (the Stinger is easier to slide to 3:00 and back than the double looped slide holsters I tried) but would be interested in other options if anyone has tackled these issues successfully. Thanks in advance for any insights. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!