New Jersey Considers Repeal of Sunday Motorcycle Sales
New Jersey State Legislators are considering lifting the ban on Sunday motorcycle sales but some dealers are resisting the change. On June 28, the Senate voted 38-2 to exempt motorcycle sales from the ban. The proposal would not change the ban on Sunday automobile sales.
In a report on the Press of Atlantic City the chief officer of the National Motorcycle Motorcycle Dealers Association said, ”Motorcycle sales across the United States have plummeted.” He said, “It’s a mixed bag, in that most people are open on Saturdays and they want to have a couple days off. But the way the economy is, the dealers need to be open every day of the week to make it. A lot of people aren’t open on Sunday that could be.”
The bill is pending in the Assembly, where it could see action in September