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Tire Care

Tires are engineered to deliver optimal performance and handling
geared to your specific vehicle and driving habits. Naturally, you
want your tires to last as long as they can. One of the ways to extend
the life of tires is through proper care and maintenance, which is
also important for safe operation, and may even help improve fuel

Tire Tread Depth

Tires should be replaced when tread depth is 1/16" (2mm). Here's an
easy way to check your tread depth with a toonie. Slip the toonie in
between the tread blocks. If the silver part of the toonie is covered,
your tires are about half worn. If the only reaches the word 'CANADA'
or 'DOLLARS', it's time to replace your tires.

Sidewall Wear & Tear

While tread depth is an important indication of tire wear, some signs
can also appear on the sidewall. It's important to check the sidewalls
regularly for bulges and cracks as these can lead to slow leaks or
even a blowout when driving at high speeds. Sidewall cracks and bulges
can occur after driving over potholes or hitting a curb.

Winter Tires

When the temperature dips below 7oC, it's time for winter tires. The
rubber compounds remain flexible even in extremely cold temperatures,
allowing the tire to grip the road better. Plus, tread designs with
larger gaps help provide increased traction on slush, snow and ice.
All winter tires come with a mountain snowflake symbol to let you know
they meet specific traction performance requirements set by the Tire
and Rubber Association of Canada

Performance Tires

Sometimes called summer tires, performance tires are designed to give
increased handling, superior traction, cornering and braking in
certain dry and wet warm weather. They feature unique tread patterns,
construction features, and rubber compounds to help provide enhanced
precision and responsiveness. One of the most visible features that
can help you spot a performance tire is the short, low profile

All-Season Tires

All-season tires help provide versatile traction for certain wet, dry
and lightly snow-covered roads. Grooves in the tread help disperse
water to help improve grip. All-season tires are designed to perform
well in a variety of conditions, but because of this, they won't
provide the same amount of extreme grip and sharp handling of a
performance tire, nor the ability to trek through deep snow or drive
on ice. They're kind of like the jack-of-all-trades of tires.