Deciding on a set of tires isn’t difficult, but it pays to invest some time in the process. At Precision Automotive in Orleans, we strive to provide our customers with the tire that best suits their vehicle, driving habits and budget. We will gladly take the time to price and discuss your tire options.
Our goal is to supply our clients a tire that provides the best value for their dollar.
- Supply and installation of all major brands of tires
- Low profile and regular tire mounting
- Tire repairs
- Electronic wheel balancing
- Nitrogen tire filling with every installation
- Free nitrogen top ups with tire purchases
- TPMS reprogramming
- Electronic four wheel alignments
- Tire mounting on rims up to 24″ in diameter
- Road hazard warranty available
- Complimentary visual steering, suspension and brake check with seasonal tire transfer.
Feel free to stop by or call us for more information or a quote. We’d be happy to discuss which makes and models of tires are best suited to your vehicle and needs.
Seasonal or Winter Tires?
Transport Canada and the Rubber Association of Canada advise motorists to think about safe driving in winter.
Vehicle handling will be improved when tires of the same type, size, speed rating and load index are installed on all four wheels. View a new demonstration video showcasing the benefits of using four winter tires of the same type, size, speed rating and load index by visiting www.betiresmart.ca
Tires marked with the pictograph of a peaked mountain with a snowflake meet specific snow traction performance requirements, and have been designed specifically for use in severe snow conditions.
If you intend on driving in severe winter conditions, install four winter tires that meet the snow tire designation on your vehicle. These snow tires will assist you to control your vehicle safely in slippery conditions.
Tires marked M+S or mud and snow tires, also known as all-season tires, continue to provide safe all-weather performance, but may not always be suitable for severe snow conditions.
Wide, high performance tires, other than those that are specifically designed as snow tires, are not suitable for use on snow covered roads.
Courtesy of Transport Canada.
There exist tremendous differences in the quality, consistency, durability and performance of tires. Generally speaking, there is little difference in the pricing practices of most tire retailers. Usually, the true difference in price between one tire and another is due to the difference in quality and consistency between the products.