On Monday, the N.J. state Assembly voted 77-to-0 in favor of a bill that would permit manufacturers of zero-emission vehicles to sell directly to consumers from up to four showrooms in the Garden State. There was no debate on the bill and only one abstention, the Star-Ledger notes.
In April, the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission ordered TSLA to stop direct vehicle sales in the state, a move backed by Republican Governor Chris Christie. TSLA had been selling cars from two showrooms prior to the decision, which was backed by the New Jersey Coalition of Automotive Retailers. Read