General Motors isn't the only car company that's spending its Thursday in court. According to NJ.com, Tesla is getting in on the fun, too, filing suit in the hopes that it can continue selling ... more 
General Motors isn't the only car company that's spending its Thursday in court. According to NJ.com, Tesla is getting in on the fun, too, filing suit in the hopes that it can continue selling vehicles in New Jersey. To recap: last month, in a 6-0 vote, New Jersey's Motor Vehicle Commission adopted a new regulation that requires every new car dealer in the state to function as a franchise. That presents real problems for Tesla, which doesn't sell vehicles via a network of franchisees, but instead has Tesla-owned showrooms in malls and other high-traffic locations. less 
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Thu, Apr 3, 2014 4:02 PM EDT