Originally Posted by born2climb
...Your vehicle is an extension of your home, and they have NO RIGHT telling employees what they can or cannot have in their vehicle.
Do you have any proper, legal authority? The Utah Supreme Court ruled otherwise. See Hansen v. America Online, Inc.
, 2004 UT 62, 96 P.3d 950 (Utah, 2004) upholding AOL's firing of three employees for violating the company's "no gun" policy by having guns in their cars on company property. (The Utah legislature later changed the law.)