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At SVS Tires, we know how inconvenient a flat tire can be. Tires can lose air for many reasons including a punctured tire, a corroded rim, a leaky valve stem, or a cracked wheel.

If you do experience a flat or low tire, come to a stop in a safe place as quickly as possible.

If you are stranded on the roadside, turn on your flashers and raise your hood. Remember, driving for even a very short distance on a deflated tire will damage the tire beyond repair.

Trust your friends at SVS Tires to fix or replace a tire and get you back on the road quickly.


When your car rolls down the road, it is imperative that your tires be in proper balance. Out of balance tires will wear quicker and possibly cause symptoms such as vibration or a shaking sensation in the seat or steering wheel.


It is recommended that tires be balanced every 24,000 kilometers to ensure maximum tire life and smooth, quiet operation.


The tire professionals at SVS Tires can quickly and affordably care for all your tire needs.


Today's tires last longer and are less prone to dangerous blowouts than older tires. They are also better at maintaining contact with the road and can even help a car's performance.

Your tires need to be changed at the very least every 6 years. The rubber in the tires dries out over time. This can lead to cracking, greater stress on the tire's infrastructure and catastrophic failure. A great drive starts with properly installed tires!


At SVS Tires we have professionally trained staff on hand to provide the best tires and tire installation in the


Your tire pressure monitoring system, often referred to as TPMS, is an electronic system
designed to monitor the air pressure in your tires. This system uses real time tire pressure information to alert you if there is a tire pressure problem. If your tire pressure drops to an unsafe level, it will alert you via a light or warning message. It's also recommended that sensors be replaced or properly serviced when new tires are installed.


At SVS Tires we have the tools, equipment, training and knowledge to properly service or diagnose your Tire Pressure Monitoring System.


While you drive, your tires wear at different rates due to steering. The most notable wear occurs on the front tires. Regular tire rotation can keep the wear on your tires even, improving fuel economy, ensuring proper handling, and extending the life of your tires.


Depending on the vehicle, your tires should be rotated every 10,000 to 13,000 kilometers.

The tire experts at SVS Tires can quickly and professionally rotate your tires at your

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