Tire Shop in Burlington
Offering The Best Selection of Quality Tires For Your Vehicle.
Do you need to buy new tires for your vehicle?
Get started with a FREE inspection before you spend money that you might not have to spend!
We are Burlington’s Signature Tire Shop. We have access to the most extensive list of high-quality tires to purchase including all-season tires, winter tires, performance tires as well as OTR & commercial tires and wheels.
Perfect to suit all auto needs!
We not only win against the competition when it comes to selection but also when it comes to price!
Our bulk ordering enables us to give you the most competitive tire prices on all major tire brands including, but not limited to, Michelin, Goodyear, Pirelli, Bridgestone, Firestone, BF Goodrich, Continental and more!
We also offer all the major manufacturer tire rebates!
We know you expect to buy the best tires and we will deliver on those expectations!
Buying new quality tires comes with benefits
- Better safety for you and your passengers
- Better tread patterns that give a better grip on dirt, snow, mud or wet roads
- Improved gas mileage with even tread patterns (especially when mounted, aligned, balanced and inflated properly)
- A more smooth and comfortable drive, especially with long highway trips
Our auto mechanics are extremely knowledgeable, especially when it comes to tires.
We offer the best electronic wheel balancing, TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitor Diagnosis) and replacement, tire repairs and flat tire repair where possible.
In addition to purchasing and servicing your tires with us, we offer additional tire and wheel related services which our customers have found very helpful, such as:
- Great alloy and custom wheels available
- Winter steel wheels available
- Winter tire storage available
When should you buy winter tires?
Weather can be unpredictable these days, but generally speaking, a good time to purchase snow tires would be when the daily temperature drops to 10 degrees or lower.
Winter tires are typically a softer tire so they will wear out quicker in warmer weather (above 10 degrees) but the impact is minimal when purchasing during the temperature changing phase of the season.
Typically near the end of October is when a steady flow of customers are purchasing winter tires for their vehicles.
Some people do wait until the first snowfall to replace their all season tires. The result is typically having to wait as much as 2 to 3 weeks to book an appointment due to the high emergency demands.
This is obviously not the ideal situation as you will have to drive in the snowy conditions with non-optimized snow grip tires (which ultimately is the point of getting the tires in the first place).
When should you replace your old tires?
Generally speaking, if you see balding or even metal coming from the tire, that is a sign that you will probably need a replacement immediately.
Our professional and trained staff offer free integrity tire inspection. We will give you a better idea of approximately how much life is left on your tires so you can best plan and prepare.
What can I do to care for my tires?
Visual inspection is always a great place to start.You could do this as often as every time you need to drive somewhere
You could do this as often as every time you need to drive somewhere or at least when you are filling your car with fuel. Simply, walk around your vehicle while quickly visually inspecting your tires for anything out of the ordinary such as:
- Flat tires
- Buldges in the sides
- Anything else that seems odd
Buy a tire pressure gauge and check your tire air pressure every once in a while or check if you think a tire looks flatter than the others.
Filling your tire is easy from home. Save a $4 fee at the local gas station and instead buy a simple bicycle pump. Hook it up and give your tire as many pumps as necessary (could be just 20-30 pumps).
Remember to fill to the recommended PSI capacity, not more or less.
Some of the auto tire brands we can assist you
Michelin, Goodyear, Pirelli, Bridgestone, Firestone, BF Goodrich, Continental, General Tire, Hankook, Toyo, Uniroyal, Cooper, Dunlop, Falken, GT Radial, Kelly Tires, Kumho Tires,