TIRE INSPECTION RULES CHANGE
School Buses Also Face New Rules
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Beginning today, new rules for tire inspection take effect. Holders of A and D gasoline ration stickers must have tires inspected by an authorized Office of Price Administration (OPA) inspector every four months at least sixty days apart. Holders of B and C gasoline ration stickers must have tires inspected every two months at least thirty days apart. Under the same rules, which were presented November last by Defense Transportation Director Joseph B. Eastman, school buses face new restrictions today. Trips to athletic and other special events are banned, and daily busing is to be provided only to students and teachers who must walk more than two miles to school or one and one-half miles to a main busing trunk route.