I am somewhat confused on the rules concerning concealment, carrying in a vehicle, and when it becomes legal to remove the weapon. Let's lay out a scenario, your pulled into an unfamiliar area such as a gas station or parking lot, still in or next to the driver door of the car, and notice some questionable individual(s) approaching you. Are you legally bound to not get the gun close/ready but still concealed, or holstered until you determine the situation? Ie, is it entirely illegal to say stand concealed by a slightly open car door, and actually draw the weapon in a hidden fashion, but fingers nowhere near the trigger in a make ready fashion? I am not talking about waving it around yelling and drawing attention, I mean simply getting it ready should things go bad quickly, hidden from view. perhaps still holstered but in your hands.... These are gray areas to me, and not well discussed from what I have seen. There are many situations that put you on high alert, when you are in transitional phases, not carrying on the person easily drawn. Or is th best solution to carry on your person concealed even while in the car? this can become quite uncomfortable considering seat belts and confined seating.