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New Jersey Statutes, Title: 39, MOTOR VEHICLES AND TRAFFIC REGULATION
Section: 39:10-19.1: Definitions relative to off-site sale of certain motor vehicles.
1. As used in this act:
"Off-site sale" means the display and sale of new or used recreational vehicles by a recreational vehicle dealer, or used motor vehicles registered in New Jersey by a used motor vehicle dealer, licensed under the provisions of R.S.39:10-19, at a location other than the dealer's established place of business. An "off-site sale" includes any off-site display of vehicles at which a recreational vehicle or used motor vehicle dealer has a sales person or employee present. For the purposes of this act, "off-site sale" does not include:
a. An off-site display of vehicles at which a recreational vehicle or used motor vehicle dealer has no sales personnel present;
b. The sale of a vehicle at an auction at which only wholesale purchases are permitted; or
c. The use of telephones, telephone call-forwarding, email, internet websites or other internet communications which allow a licensed dealer or dealership employee to communicate with customers while either the customer or the dealer or employee thereof is not present at the licensed physical location of the dealership, provided the contract for the sale of a vehicle is finalized and the sale transaction completed at the licensed location.
"Sponsoring organization" means:
a. a credit union, automobile club, or other such not for profit organization or entity that makes the opportunity to attend and purchase a motor vehicle at an off-site sale available to its members; or
b. a trade show coordinator, or other such organization, entity, or individual that makes the opportunity to attend and purchase a recreational vehicle at an off-site sale available to ticketed individuals.
L.2005, c.351, s.1; amended 2007, c.335, s.25.
This section added to the Rutgers Database: 2012-09-26 13:37:51.
Older versions of 39:10-19.1 (if available):
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