New Jersey’s 510+ neighborhood franchised automobile dealerships…
Dealerships directly employ more than 38,000 people and support more than 35,000 additional jobs in New Jersey.
Auto dealers contribute $1.71 billion to the state’s coffers in the form of sales, payroll and real estate taxes
Dealerships will have more than 100 models of electric vehicles on their showroom floors by 2021, meeting the needs of eco-friendly consumers.
The extensive network of franchised auto retailers help keep New Jersey drivers safe by providing easy access to warranty and recall service and repairing manufacturer defects at no cost to the consumer.
Price transparency and competition between neighborhood dealerships (both intra- and inter-brand) ensures that consumers get a great deal.
New Jersey’s extensive network of independent new car dealerships promotes vigorous competition, supports highway safety and champions economic growth. This system has succeeded for decades but now faces threats from bad legislation in Trenton. We need supporters who understand how neighborhood new car dealerships benefit our communities and realize when these critical local businesses thrive, New Jersey also prospers. Sign up for updates and to support public policy that promotes consumer protection and continued economic growth for New Jersey.