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Tesla may be forced to pull the plug on Georgia store
Tesla may be forced to pull the plug on Georgia store

Electric-car maker Tesla Motors may have to stop selling vehicles in Georgia. An auto dealers association has asked Peach State officials to bar the Palo Alto-based company from offering its Model S sport sedans and upcoming Model X SUVs at its Atlanta-area retail store. The Georgia Automobile Dealers Assn., in a petition to the Georgia Department of Revenue, alleges that Tesla has sold 5,200 Model S sedans in the United States so far this year, 173 of them in Georgia. That's a violation of the sales-license waiver Tesla had received from the state of Georgia, the group alleges. The association said in its petition that the waiver limits Tesla sales in the state to 150 vehicles...

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