National Geographic : 1946 Jun
There's a great day ahead for motorists when new cars and tires are plentiful... highways are repaired and made safe by modern engineering... and when those whose driving experience was lim ited during the war years renew their skill. Right now, cars average over 8 years of age, many with parts and tires badly worn. The older your car gets, the more cautiously you should drive. If you aren't sure your car is safe, protect yourself and others by .. .. .. ... . ... ss '~ .. s,u' i, ,. ... '" : ..... ,Y: .' " /S You can help reduce the traffic accident toll which has been rising steadily since the war's end. For a check list of vital parts you should have inspected regularly, and for driving sug gestions on how you can help reduce traffic accidents, send for Metropolitan's pamphlet. Just ask for Booklet 66-N. Metropolitan Life Insurance Company (A MUTUAL COMPANY) " Frederick H. Ecker CIIAIRMAN OF THE BOARD Leroy A. Lincoln PRESIDENT 1 MADISON AVENUE, NEW YORK 10, N.Y. COPYRIGHT 1946-METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE CO.