There is a bill in the NJ legislature that wants to lift the ban on car sales on Sunday. NJ Dealerships are opposed to it saying "Sunday sales create an additional day of expense to run the dealership." But just because a bill says you CAN be open on Sunday, doesn't mean you HAVE to be open on Sunday. Now I realize that any dealership not open all weekend is at a competitive disadvantage, but I since most folks purchase their vehicles during the weekend the increase in potential sales would more than likely offset the increase in operation costs.

So fellow Jalops, would you buy a car or at least go for a test-drive on Sunday?

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