Skip to comments.New Jersey blocks Tesla sales in state
Posted on 03/12/2014 9:24:33 AM PDT by nascarnation
The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission passed a ruling today that will block the sale of Tesla Motors Inc. vehicles in the state, according to Bloomberg, which could ding the company's growth plans.
The rule would require an auto dealers franchise agreement in order to legally sell new cars in the state. But Tesla sells its cars through direct sales from the manufacturer straight to the consumer.
Tesla may have to close its two showrooms in the state, Bloomberg noted.
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Democrat car dealers too greedy?
What is “Insufficient payoff to unions and politicians”?
But Tesla sells its cars through direct sales.
Guess who has the greed.
Governor Christies administration has gone back on its word...”
Way to go fat body...that ought to teach them.
You got a problem with that?
It just means more Teslas will be sold in NY and PA.
example 1,254 of “free enterprise.”
Nothing but protectionism for the established car brands. This kind of rent-seeking is common.
But how do they stop New Jerseyans who want to pay the exorbitant price for a Tesla from doing so?
NJ has always been a who you know to get ahead kind of state. More so than other places, such as Texas or AZ.
Fat boi is a worthless DemocRat. Effe him.
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