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FTC Suggests States Repeal Pro-Dealer Laws

Missouri, New Jersey told that direct auto sales are good.

by on May.19, 2014

The Federal Trade Commission told two state legislative bodies that they should repeal laws preventing automakers, such as Tesla, from selling vehicles directly to consumers.

Once again, officials at the Federal Trade Commission have put a broad smile on the face of Elon Musk, Tesla Motors’ founder and chairman.

For the second time in less than a month, three administrators suggested that laws requiring new vehicles be sold by independent dealers be repealed or scaled back.

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The administrators, Andrew Gavil, director of the FTC’s Office of Policy Planning; Deborah Feinstein, director of the Bureau of Competition; and Martin Gaynor, director of the Bureau of Economics, responded to requests for information from members of the Missouri House of Representatives and the New Jersey State Assembly. (more…)