Myers Barrhaven Nissan Is Your First And Last Stop For Tires This Season!
Tire Store Program
You already know the importance of having the correct tires for the season. But it can be difficult to find room to store your off-season tires. Myers Barrhaven Nissan can help, with our convenient tire storage program! How does it work? It’s easy! When you’re ready to swap your tires, simply make an appointment with the experts in our service department. We’ll install your seasonally appropriate tires, and your off-season tires will be placed in our secure storage facility, saving you space and hassle. The best part? When you purchase new summer, winter, or all-season tires, your first season of tire storage is on us!
Types Of Tires - Myers Has You Covered
Summer tires are designed primarily for warm, dry driving conditions. The compounds and tread patterns are ideal for maximum traction in hot weather, and don’t tend to perform well in snow, ice, or cold temperatures.
Although summer tires can also perform well on wet roads, it’s important to keep in mind that wider tires have an increased chance of hydroplaning. To prevent this, consider choosing summer tires with a directional tread design.
Need help choosing the right summer tires for your vehicle? Call, click, or stop by Myers Barrhaven Nissan today!
All-season tires tend to be an economical choice for many drivers, but if you’re looking for superior traction in difficult driving conditions, nothing beats dedicated winter tires. How are winter tires able to handle Canadian road conditions? A combination of specialized tread designs and compounds allow winter tires to perform better than their year-round counterparts.
Choosing the right winter tires for your vehicle will not only help keep you safer on the roads this winter, you’ll also enjoy optimal control while maintaining your vehicle’s fuel efficiency!
Interested in winter tires? Contact Myers Barrhaven Nissan today!
All Season Tires
Just like the name suggests, all-season tires are designed for year-round use. Their specialized tread patterns and compounds can handle most driving conditions, such as snow, rain, heat, and cold. All-season tires also offer a smooth ride and exceptional handling on almost any terrain.
Although all-season tires might seem like the perfect choice, the trade-off is a loss of traction and compound stiffening when the temperature falls beneath 7 degrees Celsius. This makes them less effective in snowy conditions than dedicated winter tires.
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