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Sep 21, 2022
NJ CAR and NADA recently submitted comments opposing the Federal Trade Commission’s (“FTC”) proposed Motor Vehicle Dealer’s Trade Regulation Rule (“proposed rule”).  NJ CAR joined with NADA and scores of other dealer advocacy groups in mounting a comprehensive and detailed response to the proposal, which will defend the highly...
Sep 16, 2022
New Jersey’s Plan Should Be Approved By Month’s End On September 14, 2022, the Department of Transportation approved plans for 33 states, as well as Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico, to start spending hundreds of millions of dollars in funding for electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure. The funds are...
Sep 08, 2022
NJ CAR hosted a webinar with Coalition President Jim Appleton and Chris Cleveland, CEO and Co-Founder of ComplyAuto, where the duo discuss ed the most pressing questions dealers have about the new Safeguard Rule amendments and what they mean for New Jersey franchised new car and truck dealerships. If you...
Aug 24, 2022
NJ CAR hosted a webinar covering updates on a variety of topics related to Year 3 of the popular Charge Up New Jersey Electric Vehicle (EV) incentive program. and provide clarification on issues that have arisen since the program relaunched. Presenters: John Jackson, Center for Sustainable Energy (CSE) Tyler Whitfield,...
Aug 18, 2022
On August 16, 2022, President Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act into law, which changed the requirements for the EV tax credit. The following details how the new legislation impacts transactions between when the legislation passed and was signed by President Biden, the period from August 16 to December 31,...
Aug 16, 2022
Today, Gov. Phil Murphy signed Executive Order 302, lifting the requirement that school districts, childcare settings, and state contractors maintain a policy requiring their unvaccinated workers undergo routine testing. The testing requirements for school districts, childcare settings, and state contractors were directives from Executives Orders 253, 264 and 271, respectively. School...
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