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But the dealership, which has a history of making controversy over its pricing, says it is not in violation of the company’s policy.
The company says it had to take action because of the number of customers it has in Georgia and Florida who live within 30 miles of the dealership.
It is not clear how many customers the company has in those states.
But Georgia’s secretary of state, Chris Alford, told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution that the state would be investigating the company because the state has an open records law.
Georgia’s open records laws allow citizens to request information about companies, but they require an official response to every request, Alford said.