New Jersey Becomes Third State To Ban Tesla’s Direct Sales Model | TechCrunch

Yay for NJ state government regulating something it has no business regulating!

I’m not talking about cars in general, since government regulations regarding safety and security in vehicles is pretty important in my opinion.  I am, however, talking about the government regulating and controlling how I spend my money.  Once the money enters my wallet, no one, anywhere, anyhow, EXCEPT ME, has a right to tell me how I can or cannot spend MY money (with the exception of blatantly illegal things).

To tell me that I cannot go to Tesla Online and buy a car directly from them is insulting to me and a slap in the face of Tesla directly.

NJ, I am ashamed.  What possible reason could you have for this?  There’s NO logical reason for this.  The only thing I could potentially think of is that Tesla didn’t pay off the right people.  It’s absurd.

I don’t have any plans (nor really the finances) to be able to buy one of these any time soon.  That being said, I still don’t believe the government has ANY right to tell me that I can’t or regulate them to have to be sold through some dealer instead of directly.  Ugh.

New Jersey Becomes Third State To Ban Tesla’s Direct Sales Model | TechCrunch.

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