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October 2013

Global Regina – Tire Pressure

Source: Global Regina in Regina, SK

Geoff Wiebe from Kal Tire joined the Morning News with some tips on how to keep an eye on your car’s tire pressure as the temperature drops.

Toronto Star – Tire Monitors don’t just save money, they save lives

Source: Toronto Star in Toronto, ON

A huge wave of awareness is set to crest across Canadian drivers in the next two years as tire-pressure warning lights start flashing on our dashboards. Since 2007, all new…

The Province – Checking tire pressure is the road to safety

Source: The Province in Vancouver, BC

Kal Tire has teamed up with Schrader, the company that invented the tire pressure valve for bicycles in 1844, to warn Canadian motorists to regularly check tire pressure. Kal Tire…

News Local – Snow tires are just down the road

Source: News Local in Lacombe, AB

Winter is fast approaching, and the time has come for vehicle owners to think about changing to snow tires. While snow tires aren’t mandatory in Alberta as they are in…

Calgary Herald – Under pressure: keeping tires inflated

Source: Calgary Herald in Calgary, AB

Tire pressure monitoring systems, or TPMS, are one of the most misunderstood vehicle safety features. The system is designed to ensure a driver is aware when a tire drops at…

September 2013

Breakfast Television – Getting Ready For The Road

Source: Breakfast Television in Vancouver, BC

From tires to engine fluids – we get you road-ready for fall and winter driving conditions and tell you how you can extend the life of your tires and save…

The Central Plains Herald Leader – A dashboard symbol that saves lives

Source: The Central Plains Herald Leader in Portage la Prairie, MB

A tire’s number one enemy isn’t road hazards it’s under inflation. Most drivers know low tire pressure can lead to skidding hydroplaning and blow outs even losing control of a…

Global News Edmonton – Tire Pressure

Source: Global News in Edmonton, AB

Vehicle experts say most Canadian drivers don’t check their tire pressure often enough, but the step could save your life. Julie Matthews reports.

Global Calgary – Consumer FYI: Tire Pressure

Source: Global in Calgary, AB

Experts say driving even a few pounds below the recommended air pressure is potentially dangerous. Tony Tighe reports.

Global News Vancouver – Improperly inflated tires could lead to catastrophic crashes

Source: Global News in Vancouver, BC

Some new light is being shed on a lesser known driving hazard — something as basic as keeping your car tires properly inflated could save your life. According to Transport…

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