top of page
Mechanic Locations

NEW & USED CAR TRUCK & SUV REPLACEMENT TIRES


A wide variety of summer, winter and all season tire replacement options for car, truck and SUV tires

Auto Mechanics | Services | Tire Replacements


Tire Replacement & Mounting Services


Tire replacement and installation of summer, winter and all season tires are available at our garage.


The type of tire you buy is important for cornering, handling and braking more safely in wet or snowy weather. For optimum tire performance during wet, snow, salt and summer roads ask about the best tire options for your car, truck or SUV.


Tire replacement and mounting are essential maintenance tasks that help ensure your vehicle's safety, performance, and fuel efficiency. Here are some important things to keep in mind when it comes to replacing and mounting new tires:


  • Know when to replace your tires: The lifespan of a tire depends on various factors, such as the quality of the tire, driving conditions, and frequency of use. Generally, most tires will last between 25,000 to 50,000 kilometers. However, it's important to check your tires regularly for signs of wear and tear, such as cracks, bulges, or uneven tread wear. If you notice any of these signs, it may be time to replace your tires.


  • Choose the right type of tire: There are various types of tires available in the market, such as all-season, summer, winter, and performance tires. Make sure to choose the right type of tire for your vehicle and driving conditions. For example, if you live in an area with harsh winter weather, you may need to invest in winter tires that provide better traction on snow and ice.


  • Find a reputable tire dealer: When it's time to replace your tires, look to our reputable tire shop to help you choose the right tires for your vehicle and provide professional tire mounting services.


  • Properly mount your new tires: Proper tire mounting is crucial to ensure your safety and the performance of your vehicle. Make sure to have your new tires mounted by our professional technicians who have the necessary tools and equipment to do the job correctly. Improper mounting can cause the tire to wear unevenly, affect the vehicle's alignment, and even cause a blowout.


  • Maintain proper tire pressure: Proper tire pressure is crucial to your vehicle's performance and safety. Make sure to check your tire pressure regularly and keep it at the recommended level as specified in your vehicle owner's manual.


Tire replacement and mounting are important maintenance tasks that should be taken seriously. Make sure to choose the right type of tire, choose our tire shop location to properly mount your new tires and maintain proper tire pressure for optimal performance and safety.



Car & Minivan Tires

Our tire shop provides a wide selection of tires to suit your car or mini-van. Let us help define a set of car tires for comfort and handling in a variety of sizes. Our car tires, also known as sedan or minivan tires, offer all weather traction and long lasting treadwear.



Truck & SUV Tires

From high performance to heavy duty tires, ask about our selection of truck and SUV tires. SUV and truck tires for a sporty look or off road with great ride quality and noise reduction. Ask our tire shop for the look and purpose of your truck or SUV tires.



Wide Selection Of Tire Brands To Choose From


Our tire shop has an extensive list of brands to fit your car, truck or SUV tires. For a dependable tire brand, ask us about test results, tire ratings and reviews. Check different ratings for all types of weather including wet, dry and snow conditions and then decide.



Car Truck & SUV Tires For All Seasons


All Season Tires


All season tires and all weather tires are not the same. All weather tires are preferred to all season tires if you drive in any form of winter weather, or even slightly below freezing temperatures. All weather tires have passed the Transport Canada “snow/winter” tire test. Rather than all season tires, they can be left on your vehicle all year long (yup, even winter). All season tires for cars trucks and SUV were designed to handle mild winter conditions, and are not "certified" for winter driving. When temperatures drop, so does their grip.



All Weather Tires


All weather tires for cars trucks and SUV are appropriate for mild winter conditions and light snowfall. All weather tires have also passed snow traction tests for winter performance in extreme situations. Apart from all season tires, all weather tires stay soft and provide traction at temperatures above and below 7 degrees Celsius. This makes all weather tires popular year-round and through Canadian winters. All weather tires don't perform as well as winter tires in hard-packed snow and ice, but they outperform all season tires in winter conditions and are a suitable option to keep installed year-round.



Winter Tires (Snow Tires)


Winter tires for ice, snow, slush, and cold provide greater braking, cornering and traction. Winter tires stays soft and pliable in temperatures below 7 degrees Celsius, as well as aggressive tread to "bite" snow and ice. Winter tires give the most reliable performance and safety while dealing with freezing temperatures and heavy, hard-packed snow. You get improved traction, braking and cornering on snow and ice throughout the life of your winter tire.



Summer Tires (3 Season Tires)


Some refer to these as "all-season" tires, but our tire shop refers to them as "three-season" tires because they work well only in the spring, summer, and fall. In warmer weather, 3-season tires provide dependable braking in both wet and dry conditions, as well as a quiet, pleasant ride and good fuel economy. 3 season tires often contain a tougher rubber compound, which loses grip at 7 degrees Celsius, to provide them a longer tread life. In the winter, the grooves in the tread pattern tend to clog with ice, snow and slush, resulting in a slick surface and lack performance during winter.



Performance Tires (Low Profile)


Performance summer tires will improve the handling and appearance of your vehicle. During the summer, the lower profile and firm sidewall give your car better traction, handling turns and high-speed stability. For drivers who prefer precise handling and ride comfort, performance tires are a wonderful option. They outperform 3 season tires in terms of braking and cornering, but they're not as rigid as ultra-high performance tires making for a more comfortable and fun drive.



All Terrain Tires


For drivers who use their vehicles both on and off road, all terrain tires are a terrific option. All terrain tires have a little more aggressive tread design that digs into rough and sandy terrain and channels water away for excellent off road performance. An added advantage of off road tires is you'll enjoy a smooth, quiet drive with good steering reaction on the road.



Best Priced Winter & All Season Tires For Car Truck & SUV


When it comes to choosing the best winter or all season tires for your car, truck or SUV, get in touch for the various tire options to choose from. We can also help determine whether an all season tire replacement is preferrable over a winter tire set.


We have multiple options and a complete line of tire manufactirers to choose from. Our team is happy to help and provide options for the best all season or winter tires for your vehicle drive type. Give us a call for tire service price today.



Snow Tires For Your Car Truck & SUV


Fit a set of snow tires to get you through those late-season snowfalls that can occur between early fall and late spring.


Of course, it's not as simple as just buying a set of winter tires and throwing them on your wheels. To ensure the safety and performance of your vehicle there are a few things to consider.


One of them being winter tires vs all weather tires vs all season tires... whats better?


If you live somewhere where temperatures can drop to less than 7°C and fair share of snow, winter tires are for you. Otherwise, an all-season tire could be the perfect choice for year round driving because it offers great performance in both winter and summer conditions.


If your passenger car is front-wheel drive and budget is your main concern, the best solution is to use a winter tire on just the front axle; this ensures that you get the most out of your tires.


Find out more below about the what and why’s of buying winter tires. We’ve included a few top rated winter tires to consider.



Do I Need Winter Tires?


Our winter tires sale gives you a wide selection to suit your needs and budget. We'll address whether you should change your winter tires and when or whether you just require a routine tire service. We'll also give a few prices for winter tires for what we believe are the most reliable and affordable snow tires on offer. Schedule a winter tire change or read on to select the right tires for your vehicle this winter.


Considering a set of tires to drive on for the entire year? Find out some options for all season and all weather tires.



Why Install Snow Tires?


As with every cold season approaching, a decision for most drivers is to install winter tires. According to stats, roughly 30 - 40% of drivers don't install winter tires and that could create problems driving in the snow. If you've ever driven with snow tires versus all-season or even summer tires, you can actually feel the difference and benefits of having winter tires.


Some drivers believe all-season tires are equipped for winter and snow driving. Others feel winter tires are too expensive.


When it comes to "all-season" or “all-weather” tires, they are simply not adequate for harsh winters, perhaps all season tires will be enough if you live in Florida, but not for winters we experience in Canada.


So how much do winter tires cost? Depending on brand and size the typical cost for a winter tire ranges between $85 to $320 per tire. If your plan is to keep your vehicle for years to come, it’s a good idea to install winter rims and tires ready for each winter season. This will actually save you in the long run.


If you live or anywhere across Ontario, we suggest installing winter tires. If you live in Quebec and parts of British Columbia, winter tires are mandatory between the winter months.


Studded tires, where permitted are another option for Ontarians. Perfect for icy and hard-packed snow conditions, especially if you live or travel truly north in winter.



Benefits of Winter Tires


If you're thinking about purchasing winter tires, here's a few benefits of installing snow tires on your vehicle:


  • Collision prevention

  • Lower insurance premiums

  • Traction in the snow you can actually notice

  • Saves you on replacement tires over the long-term

  • Winter tire traction in the cold gets you an improvement of 60 feet in stopping distance @ 50 km per hour

  • Winter tires are also for the cold roads not just the snow

  • Winter tires cost less than collision repair


The best time to install winter tires is when the temperature hits 7 degrees Celsius or below - and ideally before the first snow hits the ground.


Give us a call or send us your questions about the selection of winter and snow tires equipped on your vehicle.


After consulting with our mechanics, you will be better inclined on selecting the right winter tire for your vehicle.

jeep-4640909_1920.jpg

EMAIL YOUR SERVICE REQUEST

bottom of page