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  • Benefits of Keeping Your Seasonal Tires on Rims

    Benefits of Keeping Your Seasonal Tires on Rims

    Are you looking for an easy way to change your tires? Do you want to keep lower profile tires on your car in the summer and winter tires on in the winter? Then you may benefit from having rims on your tires! Providing both sets of tires with rims is a great way to simplify…Read More Here!

  • The Difference Between Low-Profile Tires and Regular Tires

    The Difference Between Low-Profile Tires and Regular Tires

    Back in the late 60’s, the first high-performance low-profile tire was created and became a quick favourite of BMW and Porsche owners. Nowadays, these tires have crossed over from the world of auto sports into the mainstream market. From Honda Accords to Audis, low-profile tires are becoming a popular choice amongst regular vehicle owners. Not…Read More Here!

  • Low-profile tires: The pros and cons

    Low-profile tires: The pros and cons

    Originally used for race cars and luxury sports cars, low profile tires and becoming a more common sight on Alberta roads. These tires may be on trend right now, but they serve a much greater purpose than simply changing your vehicle’s aesthetic. Read on to learn some of the advantages and disadvantages of having low…Read More Here!

  • Should I Get Rims for My Winter Tires?

    Should I Get Rims for My Winter Tires?

    When it comes to Canadian winters, winter tires a must for navigating snowy and icy roads. As Canadians, we are no strangers to the semi-annual tire swap performed on our vehicles. Most of us tend to switch between our all season and winter tires on the same set of rims. In most cases, it’s the…Read More Here!

  • What is a Wheel Alignment?

    What is a Wheel Alignment?

    A wheel alignment is a standard part of your vehicle’s maintenance. When your mechanic performs a wheel alignment on your vehicle, they adjust the angles of the wheel to the vehicle’s manufacturer specifications. They do so by adjusting the suspension system of the vehicle, not the tires themselves. This helps to reduce the wear on…Read More Here!

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