Gas rationing stickers from World War II. People with Class A stickers were allowed 3 gallons of gasoline per week. Class B drivers (factory workers, traveling salesmen) received 8 gallons per week. Class C drivers included essential war workers, police, doctors and letter carriers. Class T included all truck drivers. Class X was reserved for politicians and other ‘important people.’
Gas rationing stickers from World War II. People with Class A stickers were allowed 3 gallons of gasoline per week. Class B drivers (factory workers, traveling salesmen) received 8 gallons per week. Class C drivers included essential war workers, police, doctors and letter carriers. Class T included all truck drivers. Class X was reserved for politicians and other ‘important people.’
Gas rationing stickers from World War II. People with Class A stickers were allowed 3 gallons of gasoline per week. Class B drivers (factory workers, traveling salesmen) received 8 gallons per week. Class C drivers included essential war workers, police, doctors and letter carriers. Class T included all truck drivers. Class X was reserved for politicians and other ‘important people.’

World War II brought changes to transportation in the county

September 08, 2014 6:08 AM

About Dan Krieger

Dan Krieger

Dan Krieger is a professor emeritus of history at Cal Poly and past president of the California Mission Studies Association.