(a) Some automotive tire establishments engage in recapping and retreading work on tires
which the establishment expects to sell in their reconditioned form. Such activities are not performed as a service for a customer but constitute manufacturing
goods for sale. Employees performing such work may be exempt only if they are employed by an establishment
which meets all the requirements of the 13(a)(4) exemption.
(b) For purposes of meeting the retail recognition requirement of section 13(a)(4), an establishment engaged in retreading or recapping of tires which qualifies for
exemption under section 13(a)(2) is recognized as a retail establishment in the industry if not more than 50 percent
of the annual dollar volume of its sales resulting from its retreading and recapping
operations comes from the sale of tires retreaded and recapped for sale.
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