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Tesla announces selling cars directly in New Jersey

It is a victory for Tesla Motors after Gov. Chris Christie signed a bill that refers to selling of its vehicles in four locations. The company says to do so from its owned dealerships in New Jersey.
Tesla has fought efforts in nearly every state to halt its direct sales method, which doesn’t use independent dealers.
A similar bill is making its way through the Georgia legislature and Tesla also is hoping to have a bill passed in Texas, which prohibits direct sales. Customers in every state can order cars online and have them delivered to their state, but without dealerships people can’t easily test out cars.

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