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All-Season Tires

All-Season tires are typically the most popular choice for consumers as a year-round tire that adequately meets all weather conditions.
Traditionally sold for year round performance, all-season tires are intended for moderate weather where the temperature does not drop below 7°C.  In Canada, a typical all-season tire performs at its optimal level during the most temperate months of April-September, as when the average temperature hits the 7°C point, the rubber compounds in all-season tires harden, reducing traction and braking ability.

All-Weather Tires

All-Weather Tires are becoming increasingly popular as their flexibility and design benefit a variety of drivers and driving preferences.

Winter Tires

Winter tires are specifically designed to perform on wet, cold, snow covered and icy surfaces.

Off-Road Tires

Designed for light trucks and SUVs that require both on and off the road driving, off road tires provide better traction and handling on unpaved road conditions including dirt and gravel. The aggressive tread patterns make off road tires a visually appealing choice, even for consumers who prefer to keep their vehicles on the pavement. Consumers looking for an off road tire will select either an All-Terrain or Mud-Terrain tire.

Run Flat Tire

A run flat tire can run without air pressure while allowing the driver to maintain steering control. Intended to allow drivers to continue driving after a puncture, run flat tires were developed for military and specialized armoured vehicles. Over the past 50 years run flat tires have moved into the mainstream and come as Original Equipment on an assortment of luxury and high-end vehicles. With car manufacturers opting to reduce the need for spare tires, and their associated weight, run flat tires are becoming increasingly common.