A white male who appeared to be in his 70’s collapsed while waiting on line outside of the Eatontown MVC facility, according to Little Silver Councilman AJ McNally, who was also on the line which started forming before 5:30 this morning.Read the rest of this entry » Posted: September 21st, 2020 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: Eatontown, Monmouth County News, Motor Vehicle Commission, New Jersey | Tags: AJ McNally, Eatontown MVC, Man collapses at MVC, Motor Vehicle Commission, New Jersey | 3 Comments »
Belmar Mayor Matt Doherty announced that he turned down Governor Phil Murphy’s offer to be the Chief Administrator of the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission at the Borough’s Council meeting on Tuesday night.Art Gallagher | Filed under: Belmar, Monmouth County News, New Jersey | Tags: Belmar Mayor Matt Doherty, Governor Phil Murphy, Monmouth County News, Motor Vehicle Commission, New Jersey, NJ MVC | 2 Comments »
Governor Murphy has not yet nominated Doherty for the position, which requires the advice and consent of the Senate, according to the Legislature’s website.
Doherty is in the final year of his second term as mayor of the borough.Posted: January 23rd, 2018 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: Belmar, Matt Doherty, Monmouth County News, New Jersey, NJ MVC | Tags: Belmar Mayor Matt Doherty, Dirty Doherty, Matt Doherty, Monmouth County News, Motor Vehicle Commission, MVC, NJ MVC | 1 Comment »
The problem is, they’ve already gotten special treatment
They’ve been selling new cars in an unconventional way in New Jersey for one, two or four years, depending on who is telling the truth. They have a problem now, because the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission suddenly adopted what Tesla is calling a “new rule” that is consistent with decades old law allowing only franchised new car dealerships to sell new cars in New Jersey.
Instead of visiting a new car dealership where you test drive a car, haggle with a salesperson, wait for the salesperson to come back from pretending to talk to his/her manager, make a deal, get passed off to the business manager who bumps your interest rate, tries to sell you undercoating, credit insurance and an extended warranty and then wait a while longer to drive home in your new car, you can’t buy a car at Tesla’s two stores in New Jersey.
Tesla’s New Jersey stores are inside the Short Hills Mall in Short Hills and the Garden State Plaza Mall in Paramus. You can’t get your new electric car at one of those stores. You can’t even order it at the store. You can only look at a car and talk about it. If you want to buy one, you have to order it online and wait for it to be built in California before you take delivery. If you want to test drive one, you have to an request an appointment online. It might take a day or two for a representative to get back to you with an appointment. Test drives and new car deliveries are done out of the company’s service facility in Springfield.Art Gallagher | Filed under: Christie Administration, Economy, Motor Vehicle Commission, MVC, NJ State Legislature | Tags: Assemblyman John Wisniewski, Loretta Weinberg, Motor Vehicle Commission, MVC, New car sales, Tesla, Tesla Motors | 9 Comments »