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Did you know?
Summer or all-season tires are made of a hard rubber compound, which is designed for heat on the roads and asphalt.
Waiting too long to remove your winter tires can be damaging to your wheels because the tread materials of the tires are meant to keep a grip of the road during icy and cold temperatures and not dry and warm pavement.
When the weather is consistently above 7 degrees Celsius, you should switch your winter tires.
Call us at 403-293-2711 to book your appointment for your summer tire changeover today.
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