Two Versions are known and referred to here as Version "A" and Version "B".  Both are dated 1940.
 
Version "A"
Folded Dimensions: 3.75" X 10.5"
Open Dimensions: 31" W X 10.5" H
Date Location: In lower right corner beside the Manufacturer's name is the number 40. 
Cover Description: White cover with green center showing a "Supertest" sign hanging from a frame as would be seen in front of a service station.  Orange and dark green text.
Date Code: "40" on main side, lower right corner
Scale: Both sides - 1" = 18 miles
 
Main Legend Side Features: Legend, map of Southern Ontario, only as far north as a Wiarton - Bala - Renfrew line, "Morning Check-up" advertisement and a "Look for this Sign" advertisement.  A banner across the top of the map proclaims; "American Money Accepted by Supertest Dealers at Current Rates of Exchange"
Opposite Side Features: Legend, Map of Northern Ontario with Owen Sound on the southern edge, Renfrew on the eastern and Sault Ste. Marie on the north western edge of the map, cartoon and cover.
 
Other: Produced by the Map Speciality Company
Note: A westbound mileage key is located across the top of the maps and an eastbound key is located across the bottom.
 
Version "B"
Folded Dimensions: 3.75" X 10.5"
Open Dimensions: 31" W X 10.5" H 
Date Location: In lower right corner beside the Manufacturer's name is the number 40. 
Cover Description: Primarily a white cover with a colored "Supertest" logo in the center. Orange/red bar across top with the words "Road Map" in white. Dark green text with a large "Compliments" below the logo. 
Date Code: "40" on main side, lower right corner
Scale: Both sides - 1" = 18 miles
 
Main Legend Side Features: Legend, map of Southern Ontario, only as far north as a Wiarton - Bala - Renfrew line, "Morning Check-up" advertisement and a "Look for this Sign" advertisement.  A banner across the top of the map proclaims; "American Money Accepted by Supertest Dealers at Current Rates of Exchange"
Opposite Side Features: Legend, Map of Northern Ontario with Owen Sound on the southern edge, Renfrew on the eastern and Sault Ste. Marie on the north western edge of the map, cartoon and cover.
 
Other: Produced by the Map Speciality Company
Note: A westbound mileage key is located across the top of the maps and an eastbound key is located across the bottom.

1940A Cover
 
 
Version "A" Cover
1940B Cover
Version "B" Cover
1940 fronts
Comparison of 1940 Version "A" and "B" - Sides with Covers
1940 backs
Comparison of 1938 Version "A" and "B" - Side With Southern Ontario Map
1940 dates
Version "A" and "B" both showing the 1940 date code.
 1940A Legend
Legend Used in both Versions "A" and "B"
1940A Look For
Used on both Versions "A" and "B" - note date code in corner.
  1940A Cartoon
The rear cover of the folded Version "A" of the map consists of part of this cartoon by Jimmie Frise.  The map has to be unfolded to view the entire drawing.  Jimmie Frise had fought in World War I and maimed his left hand in a munitions accident during the battle of Vimy Ridge.  Frise began a career at the Toronto Star after submitting a cartoon to the editor about a contentious issue of the day.
His first comic strip was "Life's Little Comedies" in 1920 - which became known as "Birdseye Center" in 1923.  Frise went to the Montreal Standard in 1947 but the Star maintained the rights to the "Birdseye Center" comics.  In 1948, shortly after beginning with the Standard - Jimmie Frise died.  His art work lives on in with this issue of the Supertest map.

 

1940B Cartoon
The rear cover of the folded Version "B" of the map consists of part of this cartoon by Jimmie Frise