Tesla cleared to open store in Virginia capitalWed, 30, Nov 2016
In a decision released Wednesday, the commissioner of Virginia's Department of Motor Vehicles reversed a September ruling denying Tesla a dealership license to operate a store in Richmond. It's a victory for Tesla in its ongoing battle with states over dealership franchise laws.
Italian ignition supplier Eldor expands into U.S.Tue, 02, Aug 2016
Virginia dealer group accuses Tesla of breaking state lawsMon, 06, Jun 2016
The Virginia Automobile Dealers Association has called on state regulators to sanction Tesla Motors Inc. for what it calls “serious, systemic, and habitual violations” of state laws at its existing locations in the state, including offering illegal test drives at a shopping-mall gallery.
Virginia dealer group sues Tesla to block 2nd storeWed, 09, Mar 2016
GM, Toyota idle plants for winter storm as East Coast braces for heavy snowFri, 22, Jan 2016
Takata airbag victim's family cites skewed data to reopen suitWed, 06, Jan 2016
The family of a Virginia woman who was killed by shrapnel from a Takata airbag is seeking to reopen a lawsuit it previously settled over her death based on allegations the company knew the device was defective.
Tesla alters first sales incentive after Va. cracks downFri, 07, Aug 2015
FTC launches second crackdown on auto dealer advertisingFri, 12, Dec 2014
The Federal Trade Commission today charged two auto dealership groups with violating earlier orders from the FTC to avoid misleading advertising regarding payments and financing, such as improper use of fine print and failure to adequately disclose significant costs.