IF you have a CCW, CHL, CCP, CPL or whatever your state calls a license to carry concealed, you know the rules and what to ask as far as reciprocity, so I'm not going to preach on that.
I do not believe in stowing it inside the console, behind the console, or anywhere else you may have to make an unnatural move to retrieve it in an emergency. INCLUDING in the door pocket or under the steering wheel.
I grew up in the 5th worst neighborhood in the US, according to the latest information. I have seen carjackings, robbery, murder, assult, you name it.
I don't want to have to reach inside my jacket under my belt while seated with a seatbelt on to try to untangle my 9mm from my shirt... not enough time when shit hits the fan.
When the bad guy comes up to your door, he isn't going to wait for you to unlock the center console to get your firearm, which probably doesn't have one in the chamber either.... nor is he going to permit any unnatural moves, like leaning over to reach behind the console.
He will permit you, however, to reach for your seatbelt.
Which is why I carry my handguns cocked, locked and ready to rock, in this position, whether it's one of my revolvers, which it oftentimes is my .357, or this Kimber 1911 .45, or my 9... Well, the revolvers are DA's, so they're not cocked... Point is, all I have to do is draw and squeeze the trigger.... There is usually another in my pocket or IWB. I like to carry my Ruger LC9 IWB because it is comfortable, so the Kimber will get locked away when I get out of the truck.
I have had it wedged between the seat of many vehicle for hundreds of thousands of miles with no issues. I have thought about adding velcro to hold it in place, but never had one slip, so haven't done it yet. Granted, this '14 RAM is brand new, so there may be a curve there.
This is simply 2 cents from a guy that grew up in the ghetto, was a member of the Sheriff's Department for a couple of years, and has held a Concealed Carry License for a lot of years...