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Electric car company Tesla can now once again sell cars direct to consumers in New Jersey, after a ban earlier this year based on an old law enabled Governor Chris Christie to bow to pressure from local auto dealers to get sales of Elon Musk’s magical future cars put on hold. A new bill passed by the New Jersey state Assembly Consumer Affairs Committee unanimously allows Tesla to start up selling cars through its two existing dealers in New Jersey, and gives them permission to open up to two more. The bill applies to all zero-emission vehicle makers, giving them the right to open up to four showrooms in New Jersey.



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