2 edition of Revised Tire rationing regulations and the Tire rationing guide. found in the catalog.
Revised Tire rationing regulations and the Tire rationing guide.
United States. Office for Emergency Management.
by Office for Emergency Management, Office of Price Administration in Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Other titles||Tire rationing regulations., Tire rationing guide.|
|Contributions||United States. Office for Emergency Management.|
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Get this from a library. Revised Tire rationing regulations and the Tire rationing guide. [United States. Office for Emergency Management.]. Tire Rationing Regulations (Revised), Establishing a Program for Rationing Tires and Tubes, Retreading and Recapping of Tires, and Camelback, Febru These Regulations Supersede Tire Rationing Regulations Issued on Decemby the Office of Price Administration.
Revised Tire rationing regulations and the Tire rationing guide. By United States. Office for Emergency Management. and United States. Tire rationing guide. Abstract.
Mode of access: Internet Topics: Tires, Rationing. Publisher: Washington, D. Advance Proof for Use of Field Offices and Local Rationing Boards. Washington, D.C.: GPO, 2 U.S. Office of Price Administration, Office for Emergency Management. New Passenger Automobile Rationing Regulations, Order No.
2A, Effective March 2,Establishing Provisions and Procedures for Rationing New Passenger Automobiles. tire sidewall may be caused by a nail hole puncture in the tread or a failed repair that would only be noticed by inspecting the interior of the tire). It is possible for a tire to have more than one out-of-service condition.
On the exterior of the tire, mark the final disposition based on your inspection;; for example, repair, retread, scrap, etc. Tire Information Center South Rogers Circle Ste 6 Boca Raton, FL Key goods such as sugar, tires, gasoline, meat, coffee, butter, canned goods and shoes came under rationing regulations.
Some important items escaped rationing, including fresh fruit and vegetables. And, much to the relief of millions, whiskey and cigarettes went unscathed by regulations, although shortages appeared from time to time. In addition to food, rationing encompassed clothing, shoes, coffee, gasoline, tires, and fuel oil.
With each coupon book came specifications and deadlines. Rationing locations were posted in public view.
Rationing of gas and tires strongly depended on the distance to one's job. When tires were initially rationed, it was only a matter of time before other automobile products would be affected. The News reported on Jan. 3,that automobile manufacturers were forced. Tire Rationing. To ensure enough rubber for military and vital civilian purposes, rationing of tires and rubber goods was announced on Decemto start on January 5, The program ran through Decem Local Tire Rationing Boards issued certificates for tires or recapping upon application.
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(Washington, D.C., Office of Price Administration, ) (page images at HathiTrust) United States. Office of Price Administration: Revised tire rationing and the Tire rationing guide. In addition to food, the government also rationed tires, cars, bicycles, fuel, stoves, and typewriters. A shortage of the raw materials necessary to produce these items resulted in the rationing.
The Office of Price Administration (OPA) ran the ration program during World War 2. This office was created in August of and abolished in March. Tire rationing delegated to OPA by OPM Supplementary Order Mc, January 1, ; and general consumer rationing to OPA by War Production Board Directive 1, Janu OPA Rationing Division established by Office Or March 3, Tire pressure should be checked using a tire pressure gauge.
Kicking a tire or using a tire thumper may indicate a tire that is flat or nearly flat but may not identify a seriously under inflated tire. Winter Time Driving.
Snow and ice can cancel the traction normally provided by the tire tread. A person who finds a lost War Ration Book must return it to the War Price and Rationing Board which issued it.
Persons Who Violate Rationing Regulations Are Subject to $10, Fine or Imprisonment, or Both. OPA Form No. R Back. Instructions. This book is valuable.
Do not lose it. Collection consists of ration coupons, stickers, permits, and certificates for tires, bicycles, typewriters, sugar, shoes, fuel oil, gasoline, and food which were issued by the Office of Price Administration between There are duplicates for a few items.
Collection consists of ration coupons, stickers, permits, and certificates for tires, bicycles, typewriters, sugar, shoes, fuel oil. Tire Rationing in World War II.
During World War II the government’s demand for rubber to use almost exclusively for defense purposes caused the need to ration tires on the home front. The Office of Price Administration (OPA) in Washington D.C.
regulated the quota and the rules for tires and tubes issued to each county. Changing Tire Sizes: Good or Bad Idea. In almost all cases it is recommended that you stick to the factory-size for your car or truck's tires.
This is because many components of the vehicle were specifically designed for that specific size of tire. This mainly has to do with the diameter of your tires.
The U.S. government through the Department of Transportation (DOT) regulates several aspects of tire repairs and maintenance. DOT states that regular tire maintenance is necessary to avoid sudden tire failure on the road. DOT sets tire repair guidelines that tire shops have to follow.o) Plan for Mileage Rationing Instructions to Gasoline Industry: Dealers, Intermediate Distributors, Licensed Distributors, R (Revised 10/1/42).
This book concerns itself with explaining the instructions of the Mileage Rationing Regulations, 1/2/Rationing started with eight local inspection stations for a system that was supposed to work this way: (1) Drivers needing a tire or tires made requests to authorized dealers; (2) dealers inspected the vehicle to decide if the tire or tires were beyond repair or unsafe; (3) and, when need was confirmed, the vehicle owner completed an.