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April 2016

6 Reasons Your Vehicle Needs a Spring Tune-Up

Source: thislilpiglet.net

I love that we are enjoying spring weather on the Saskatchewan prairies right now but with the disappearance of snow, the effect of winter on the roads has been revealed. Canadians bond…

November 2016

Comparing Winter Tires with All-Seasons, New and Used

Source: autotrader.ca

Invariably, when discussing winter tire use, there’s always someone who’ll insist that their new all-seasons are good enough to see them through the cold months.

Nine ways to improve your winter driving and prevent a crash

Source: theglobeandmail.com

No matter how much climate change has made fall feel like summer, no matter how little frost you’ve seen, no matter how much golfing you’ve done in November, remember this…

Tired of winter-wheel deniers

Source: winnipegfreepress.com

All-season tires don’t live up to the name. There remain a few diehards out there clinging to a 40-year-old notion that all-season tires are OK for driving in winter.

Testing Tires in Winter Conditions with Kal Tire

Source: miss604.com

Have you seen the meme that’s going around showing several cars spun out in a ditch off a snowy highway with the caption “annual meeting of the summer tires club”?…

Are Worn Winter Tires Safer Than New All Seasons?

Source: topdaddies.com

Kal Tire did some testing and discovered that a worn five-star premium tire can outperform a new 3-season tire in certain conditions.

Are your tires right for the road?

Source: bc.ctvnews.ca

A winter tire can make a huge difference to your safety on the road during the cold weather months. In fact, recent testing has shown even a worn out set…

Consumer Matters: Winter tire test

Source: globalnews.ca

Think brand new all-seasons will work better in the snow than your slightly-worn winter tires? Consumer reporter Anne Drewa puts tires to the test.

What’s stopping you?

Source: castanet.net

They may not be cheap, but they can be life savers – and one tire company wants to make sure the rubber on the road is up to the task.

Tire safety: When should winter tires be replaced?

Source: globalnews.ca

Already, some major B.C. highways are receiving their first dusting of snow. In B.C., drivers must obey winter tire between October 1st to march 31st.

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