I've recently accepted a new job in Yakima, Washington. In a couple months (hopefully by then our house in AZ will have sold) we'll be moving all our crap up there. However, since the moving companies won't take guns (nor would I let them even if they would) and I have one more car than company will pay to transport I'm going to be driving my guns up to WA. I have relitives near Sacramento that would probably be willing to let me stay the night (they have in the past when I was passing through), but since I'll have 3 handguns, plus several bolt action rifles and a semi-auto (tube fed) .22 I worried that it might be more trouble than its worth to try and stay the night there. FOPA protections *should* keep me safe if I don't stop beyond bathroom/gas/food breaks, but if I stop for the night my understanding is that those protections go away. Of course I know they'll have to be unloaded and locked and not in the cab of the truck as well. So, to the best of the knowledge of those who are not my lawyer, can I legally and safely drive though California on my way to WA with the handguns locked up and unloaded in the bed of my truck even if I stop for the night. FWIW I do have an AZ CCW, though as I understand it, NV OR and WA all refuse to honor it.