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The Tire Terminal is hosting an open house on May 12 & 13

Come Celebrate With Us! Speak directly with representatives from Goodyear, Bridgestone, Hankook, Aeolus and more! We've got prices and food for all our customers. The Tire Terminal invites you to their open house on May 12 & 13. `
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How to Store Those Tires 'Til Spring

Storing your old tires til spring?There's a right way and a wrong way to do it. `
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Summer heat can really do a number on your tire tread!

Summer heat puts a lot of stress on your tires. Here are a few tips on how to keep them in good shape this summer, and keep your vehicle on the road. `
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Shop Michelin Tires in Mississauga, ON

Michelin Tires in Mississauga, ONAt The Tire Terminal, we sell a lot of Michelin tires in Mississauga, ON, and for good reason. Michelin has long been an innovator and industry leader; you can find Michelins on everything from bicycles and motorcycles to aircraft and even the Space Shuttle!

Michelin has been in operation since 1889, when they got their start with bicycle tires. Over the years, Michelin soon moved into tires for cycle racing and and automotive tires; by the 1930s, Michelin purchased automaker Citroen. Over the years, Michelin pioneered the tire industry with innovations like the first run-flat tire (1934) and the first radial tire (1946). Today, Michelin is the biggest tire manufacturer in the world, after years lagging behind Bridgestone; they now own Uniroyal and B.F. Goodrich and operate factories in North Carolina ...

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How to Find the Right Tires for Any Vehicle

Tires in Mississauga, ONAt The Tire Terminal in Mississauga, ON, we know that buying tires can be a confusing and intimidating process for a lot of people. There are a lot of options out there for tires for your vehicle, and we do occasionally hear people asking, “How can I tell what kind of tires my vehicle needs?”

Thing is, there’s no hard and fast answer for that, regardless of what vehicle you drive. It all depends on your driving style, your expectations and your personal preferences, so let’s break it down a little:

  • All-Season Tires-- For the average drivers of cars, minivans, SUVs and crossovers, all-season tires are going to be just fine. All-season tires are designed to deliver traction and safe performance in a wide range of weather conditions, even including slush and lig ...
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