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4420 10 St NE, Calgary


8790 51 Ave NW, Edmonton

Does Canada Tire Pro Offer Tire Installation Services?

Although we do not offer tire installation services at our retail space, we do work closely with a large number of tire installation garages throughout Calgary who will be happy assist you. We have hand-selected these shops to ensure they provide the best prices and services to our customers, just be sure to let them know you bought your tires at Canada Tire Pro!

In the very high season we cannot guarantee availability in garages for your car. In these circumstances we recommend you pre-book a slot with your garage, and then pick-up your tires prior to installation from Canada Tire Pro.

Even better, we recommend having your tires changed before the high season rush. This means having your winter tires fitted two weeks prior to first snowfall is forecast, and your summer tires fitted around April.

Related Questions

When determining the appropriate tire size for your vehicle, inspect the sticker located on the inside of the driver’s door jamb. This sticker provides detailed information about the recommended tire size dimensions for both the front and rear wheels. It’s essential to cross-reference this information with the current tire size on your vehicle to ensure a match.
At Canada Tire Pro, we take pride in offering transparent pricing policies. Our listed prices are final, reflecting our commitment to providing the most cost-effective brand-new tires in Calgary and Edmonton. While some retailers offer individual discounts on request, we meticulously set our prices in advance to ensure all our customers receive exceptional value. If it were within our means to provide discounted rates on tires, we would extend this benefit uniformly to our entire customer base. Our ethos is rooted in equity and consideration for all our valued customers.
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