The emergence of blue law across the world has put a question mark in the minds of users why dealership can’t run their business like every other business. On the contrary, there are states which allow the dealerships to operate their business and ease the buyer’s hassle of visiting dealers on weekdays.
Dealerships who are indulging and commencing their business on Sunday even after the prohibition can lead to canceling dealer’s licenses and give rise to legal issues.
Dealerships in Texas are allowed to commence their business operations on Sunday as they are not prohibited by any law. Certainly, they have a law that states dealership cannot operate on both Saturday and Sunday which means they have to close at least one day. At the time of holidays, it’s illegal to operate the car dealership for a whole day.
We all have been aware of the existence of blue laws but dealers present in Texas can remain open on Sunday and pursue the car dealings. It has a law that dealership cannot be open on weekends as they have to be closed on either Saturday or Sunday.
Nowadays, people are more drawn towards using the internet for everything which simplifies their research by online looking for cars at various dealerships. The opening of the dealership doesn’t mean you can buy or trade-in the vehicle.
New Jersey is one of the states that support a car sales ban on Sunday also maintaining this law from a longer duration. Dealerships enjoy this law as employees get off on the weekend to enjoy with their family and friends and also a day-off leads to saving of operating costs.
There are some states in which car sales on Sunday are restricted such as Nevada, Utah, Texas, North Dakota, Michigan, Rhode Island, and Maryland. In these states, they are not allowed to operate business activities on Sundays.
The dealers in Texas have made an effort for the removal of ban and now they can proceed with the car dealerships open on sunday.
There are few states which still allow car dealerships to operate on Sunday with the restrictions of Blue law. The states who operate their car dealerships on Sunday are Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Maine, Minnesota, Missouri, Oklahoma, New Jersey, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.