Trade-in Allowances on Used Fire Apparatus
Through its Code Authority the motor fire apparatus manufacturing industry has asked for the approval of the National Industrial Recovery Board of its standard for trade-in allowances on used motor fire apparatus. Objections to or criticisms of the proposed standard must be filed before December 20 with Deputy Administrator W. W. Rose, Room 4038, Department of Commerce Building, Washington.
The rules and regulations proposed would require all members of the industry to determine and establish within sixty days of their approval, the maximum trade-in allowances they consider appropriate for apparatus they manufacture. These would be filed with the Code Authority, members reserving the right to refile schedules at regular intervals of not less than three months.
Lists filed with the Code Authority would be made available to any manufacturer, dealer or importer within the industry.