I have a question about vehicle hunting. I'm not interested in it for myself. I enjoy getting my boots dirty. But I was reading the regs and came across this little number: "No person may take wildlife from a motor vehicle, watercraft or aircraft, except as permitted by Commission Order, and under the provisions of the Challenged Hunter Access Mobility Permit Commission Rule (R12-4- 217). “Take,” as defined by law, includes pursuing, shooting, hunting and killing wildlife. You are unlawfully using a vehicle to take wildlife if you intentionally drive around until you see the animal you wish to harvest and then make an attempt to take. “Road hunting” is illegal; so is pursuing wildlife with a vehicle, chasing or heading off moving wildlife with a vehicle, and driving off-road to get closer to wildlife. You do not have to shoot from the vehicle to be in violation." Now on my last elk hunt I saw at least 3 trucks roaming around. I actually stopped and talked with a guy for a little bit who was driving around and he admitted to me that he was hunting from the truck. He had jumped out of his truck to grab some snacks out of the bed of his truck and didn't appear to have any challenges. It's not my place to judge anyone, but how many vehicle hunters are typically driving the roads? Is it super easy to get a medical waiver to hunt from the truck or do that many people just not care or know the regulations?