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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?
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:
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.
SKIP THE RUSH AND BOOK YOUR WINTER TIRES TODAY
Get The Best Price For Car Truck & SUV Winter Tires This Season
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.
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