Tesla Finds a Home in Pennsylvania
Mount Shasta Herald
Pennsylvania law prevents OEMs operating corporate dealerships, but the Board of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers, under the State Department, licensed Tesla's King of Prussia store in May of 2013. What Tesla had on its side in Pennsylvania was car dealers themselves: The Pennsylvania Automotive Association - a roughly 1,000-member trade group for car dealers - supported the exemption. Dealers in New Jersey, Massachusetts and many other states -- as well as the National Auto Dealers Association (NADA) -- have taken the opposite tack, opposing Tesla's plan to sell directly to consumers.
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