You may or may not be familiar with this law here in the Garden State. I think for many of us we are familiar with the fact you can't do this with a vehicle on Sundays in New Jersey.

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According to Statista, there are 2,535,248 registered vehicles in New Jersey. Jersey ranks 13th in America when it comes to the number of vehicles. California tops the list with over 14 million registered automobiles. Top Ten include:

  1. California
  2. Florida
  3. Texas
  4. Illinois
  5. Ohio
  6. Pennsylvania
  7. Georgia
  8. North Carolina
  9. New York
  10. Virginia


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So our question is "What Can't You Do with a Vehicle in New Jersey on Sunday?" Well according to Knebles Auto, "No car sales are permitted on Sunday in New Jersey because of what's known as the Sunday law or often referred to as the Blue law. Yes, the antiquated law put into place during the colonial times to encourage people to observe a day of worship and rest. That's still in place and being enforced today."


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Out of curiosity, what is the best day of the week to purchase an automobile? According to MarketWatch, the best day of the week to buy a car is Monday. "Monday is usually the best day of the week to buy a car. This is when showrooms will be the least busy, which means you'll likely get more time and attention from the sales staff and have more time to go on test-drives."


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Do you have a certain day you like to go look at cars? Share your "automobile shopping technics" with us and post your comments below.


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