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The state of Texas allows lenders to repossess vehicles via "self-help" auto repossession, meaning they can hire an unlicensed repo company to tow away a car whose owner, the borrower, is delinquent on car payments.However, this is not an anything goes scenario – Texas repossession laws have specific requirements for creditors regarding how they can take a car.What are the laws on auto concealment in Texas?
The short answer is yes, it is legal to keep a firearm loaded and within reach of the driver in a vehicle under the Motorist Protection Act. Drivers must conceal handguns, but long guns like rifles and shotguns do not require concealment.