I work for a company located in another state that sends people to and through the State of Illinois. I have to date never carried a pistol while working but some employees do. Our home state is to the south of Illinois but at times we're sent into Illinois, either as a destination or through that state to another location --- often places none of us have ever been. To describe some of these locations --- like East St. Louis or Chicago --- as dicey is an understatement. Those who do CCW hold valid licenses in the state we live, as I do also, and as far as I know none of them has ever been stopped or questioned in any state. To my knowledge the company has no written prohibition of employees legally carrying concealed handguns, although I intend to confirm this before ever deciding to CCW on company time. View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xmqF7lUxHUk I hope someone can answer this question or at least direct me to an authoritative source, short of calling the Illinois State Police (which I may do anyway). We travel to and through Illinois in company vehicles and return in company vehicles. Question: Would these vehicles be legally considered "our cars" as if they were our own? The trips are strictly business and we never stay overnight no matter where we're sent. Neighboring states --- Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Louisiana no problem. Illinois is the big headache and on more that a few occasions both male and female employees have had to stop before crossing into Illinois to put their encased revolvers and pistols into the back of their vehicles. Just hoping someone has a definitive answer to this question.