Skipping the song and dance at a dealership and making a ride in a dream car a reality.
FOX News Radio's Jennifer Keiper reports in "FOX Wheels":
It's FOX Wheels.
Tesla wants to sell electric cars directly to those who have the $60,000 or more to buy one.
States including Arizona, Texas and New Jersey have laws banning automaker-run dealerships and Tesla is fighting states in court.
Some Federal Trade Commission members say - in their own opinion - those laws are outdated.
Forrest McConnell with the National Automobile Dealers Association says the dealer model is the most efficient way to sell and service cars.
(McConnell) "And all that competition generates lower prices for customers. So, if a manufacturer was to sell direct, that would be full sticker prices to pay. There would be no competition."
Tesla's CEO says he doesn't want to take part in the franchise system.
Brittney Spears sings about hot cars...
(Spears) "You want a Lamborghini?..."
Or how about the sexy curves of a Ferrari?
You might be able to drive one.
Some rental companies have been adding fancy cars to their fleets. Hertz has a "dream car" line and Enterprise plans to add two cities to its collection this Spring.
It'll set you back hundreds - or even thousands of dollars per day.
With FOX Wheels, I'm Jennifer Keiper, FOX News Radio.
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