Reading and answers the question:
As a result of the recent oil crisis, 9.9 million of California's1. All of the following are true except
15 million motorists were subjected to an odd-even plan of gas rationing.
The governor signed a bill forcing motorists with license plates
ending in odd numbers to buy gas only on odd-numbered days, and those
5 ending in even numbers on even-numbered days. Those whose plates
were all letters or specially printed had to follow the odd-numbered
Exceptions were made only for emergencies and out-of-state drivers.
10 Those who could not get has were forced to walk, bike, or skate to
This plan was expected to eliminate the long lines at many service
stations. Those who tried to purchase more than twenty gallons of
15 gas or tried to fill a more than half filled tank would be fined
and possibly imprisoned.
2. Those who violated the rationing program
3. The gas rationing plan was not binding on
4. California was forced to adopt this plan because