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Winter tires - Do you need them?

Don’t let the balmy weather fool you – winter is just around the corner.

And for many drivers it means it’s time to get those winter tires on. 355 more words


Not too early to start thinking winter tires

Watch above: It’s never too soon to start thinking about winter tires

SASKATOON – Even though fall weather seems to be holding strong, so far, it’s never too early to start thinking about whether or not to install winter tires on your vehicle. 326 more words


The difference between all-season and all-weather tires

WINNIPEG — All-weather and all-season tires may sound like the same thing, but it’s important to know the difference.

“The dominant tire for drivers is the all-season tire,” said Bill Gardiner at Kal Tire in Winnipeg. 154 more words


5 tips to keep you safe during winter driving

Regina – Every winter almost half of Canadians will be driving on all-season tires. What most people don’t know is that these tend to freeze in the cold, slide in the slush and can take roughly 30 meters longer to stop on smooth ice. 414 more words


Winter is coming - be prepared! (includes BLOOPERS)

While driving safety is important year-round, there are extra precautions to take with winter driving – one of them being making sure you have a good set of  327 more words

Wet weather working – Staying safe at work this autumn

As memories of summer fade in favour of colder and wetter conditions, many of us will be looking forward to staying indoors through the darker months. 718 more words

Health & Safety

Winter Motoring - Be Prepared!

With winter well on its way, now is the time to prepare for those extreme and hazardous driving conditions. Make sure that you and your vehicle are prepared for the extremes of bad weather which appear to be happening much more regularly. 578 more words