WHEEL ALIGNMENT AND TIRE CHANGE WINNIPEG
Providing tire alignment services
with today’s technology.
We carry all the latest models of tires and will consult with you on
the best tires for your vehicle.
Our other tire services include:
We can even balance, rotate
and change custom wheels!
MANITOBA WINTER TIRE PROGRAM
Winter’s Auto Service is proud to be a
part of the The Winter Tire Program
(WTP) . This program is available to
eligible Manitobans allows customers
to purchase qualifying winter tires and
assists with associate costs via a
low-interest financing program rate of
prime plus 2%, up to $2000 per vehicle.
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Have you ever felt your car seem to pull to the left or the right while you are driving? If you have, chances are your tires are not in alignment. Other symptoms include squealing tires, uneven tire wear, and a crooked steering wheel, even though you’re driving straight. Driving through pot holes, hitting a curb, or driving on bumpy roads can all change your wheel alignment.
You should have your wheel alignment checked right away if you feel your vehicle pulling to the right or left while driving. Ideally, even without symptoms, you should have your wheel alignment checked every 25,000km or every 24 months.
The answer is simple – safety. Your wheels are aligned so your car drives smoothly and your car is headed in the proper direction. Your car should be going straight ahead, not off to the left or right side of the road by itself.
Another reason it is important is to help preserve the life of your tires. Your tires should wear evenly. When your tires wear unevenly they will not last as long as they should.
Tire rotation is important to ensure your tires wear evenly and help protect and maintain proper traction on the road. Another reason is, depending on your tire, to keep your tires’ warranty.
You should have your tires rotated on a regular basis to preserve the lifetime of your tires. Every 8-12,000 km is a good rule of thumb. If you have a hard time remembering to do this, another good time to rotate your tires is every second oil change or seasonal tire change.
Car tires generally fall into three categories: all-season, summer, and winter. The least expensive is all-season. Of course within each category there is a range of prices depending on the performance and style you are looking for. Your vehicle owner’s manual will have recommendations for tires. You can also speak to one of our technicians about what is the best choice for your vehicle and your budget.