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New Jersey is the latest state in the USA to outlaw sales of Tesla
Tesla's store employees typically spend two to three hours with potential customers explaining details around owning an electric vehicle, and follow-up visits
Tesla's Model S is consistently ranked as one of the best cars on the road making the reasoning behind New Jersey's dealership refusal a mystery
Tesla dealerships in Texas can show the car and provide information but can't discuss pricing, lease options, test drives or provide out of state dealer information
Tesla is looking for a home to set up a Gigafactory which would allow it to produce lithium-ion batteries on a massive scale
Over $86.8 million of dealership monies has been spent on state election races across the U.S. since 2003 with $57 million funneled into federal campaigns making for possible biased political alliances
Elon Musk will testify in person at a hearing into the issue at the Texas State Capitol building on April 9
Tesla is a home-grown success story whose stocks have risen 500% in the past 12 months
Electric car manufacturer Tesla has been in discussions for some time with the New Jersey Government and Motor Vehicle Commission about the implementation of its direct dealership model. This week the Administration, following suit with Texas and Arizona, moved to block Tesla from selling cars in its own stores. So what's all the fuss about?
Read the full article: Opinion: What do New Jersey, Texas and Arizona have against Tesla?
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