(a) A petroleum distributor shall not in any way dictate, force, or attempt to set
the retail price of any product sold by the gasoline dealer.
(b) After June 7, 1976, it shall be illegal for any petroleum distributor by any action
to require a gasoline dealer to purchase only those tires, batteries, and other automotive
accessories sold by the distributor. A gasoline dealer may sell any tires, batteries, and other automotive accessories
as may be available to the dealer for retail sale.
(c) The petroleum distributor shall at all times act in good faith in carrying out
the terms and provisions of the franchise.
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