LARGE SELECTION OF WINTER AND SUMMER TIRES
We offer the biggest brands of summer and winter tires for cars and trucks, and our selection of models and sizes is impressive. We have in stock brands such as Nokian, Michelin, Falken, Firestone, Yokohama, Pirelli, Toyo, Hankook, and Suretrac.Call: 1 (450) 9900032
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Every year, the choice of tire brands and models available increases, and selecting the right tire can become complicated. Our experts will be happy to assist you in making the right choice.
Having a specific model of tire for summer (or all-season) is not mandatory, but we strongly recommend not driving with winter tires in the summer. Winter tires are designed to grip snow and ice and to withstand cold temperatures. Therefore, they are likely to deteriorate much faster during the summer season given the extreme heat of the pavement on our roads.
To avoid rapid wear of your winter tires in the summer, it would be important to consider having two separate sets: one for winter and one for the other three seasons. This allows you to keep both your summer and winter tires for a longer time, thus saving you money.
It's important to note that summer tires regain their optimal grip when the temperature reaches at least 7°C (about 45°F).
We offer many brands and models of tires for the summer season.
Tires are the only contact between your vehicle and the road, so it is strongly recommended to opt for the best possible products, even if it means spending a little more money. This is crucial for safety and stability on the road. To find out the best tire for your vehicle, contact us! Our experts will be happy to help you and explain the specifics of different tire brands.
Since December 15, 2014, a tire designed for winter driving is a tire that has this pictogram on it or a tire that is equipped with studs. Your vehicle must be fitted for winter from December 1st.
When to change winter tires - The 25-cent test
This is the classic test to determine if your winter tires are still safe for the winter season: insert a 25-cent coin into one of the grooves of the winter tire, with the caribou's nose facing the bottom of the tire. If you can see the tip of the caribou's snout, your tire has less than 6/32 of an inch (4.8 mm) left, so it won't last a full season of 10,000 km.