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Tesla deal keeps Ohio stores open following threat of a state ban

27
Mar
2014

Amid a growing threat of US states prohibiting automaker Tesla from selling its electric vehicles directly to consumers, the companys made a deal in Ohio to keep its existing company-owned stores open there, as well as follow through with plans to open a third. The agreement, which limits Tesla from opening additional locations, was brokered yesterday and passed a Senate panel, reports the Associated Press. Local dealer associations have argued that Teslas business model cuts dealer business, and threatens consumer protection laws. The Ohio deal comes just two weeks after Tesla was outright banned from selling vehicles in the state of New Jersey, part of legislation that goes into effect early next week.

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