We do more than just sell tires; our ASE-certified technicians will take care of all your automotive needs. From brakes to tune-ups, we know the business and can help you with almost any problem or concern.
WELCOME TO TRAIL TIRE AUTO CENTERS
At Trail Tire Auto Centers, you’ll find passenger and car tires, truck and SUV tires, performance tires, and more from proven brands, including Bridgestone, Firestone, Cooper, and other leading industry names. Conveniently located across Alberta and British Columbia, Trail Tire Auto Centers offers wheel alignments, brake service, shocks and struts, and other valuable services to get your car, truck, minivan, or SUV back on the road.
Our philosophy is simple: we never promise more than we can deliver and we always give the customer more than they expect. We know that customer service is not enough. We want customer loyalty and we strive for that loyalty every day. If you are in our area, stop by and see all that we have to offer.
Give one of our convenient locations a call or contact us. Tell us which location you prefer and we will get back to you promptly.
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AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES AT TRAIL TIRE
OIL AND LUBE SERVICES
Regular oil changes are one of the most important ways to keep your car running in top condition. It will keep your engine in top shape and could even save you money on gas mileage.
If your car seems to pull to one side when you let go of the steering wheel, it could mean your wheels are misaligned. A wheel alignment can correct this and prevent unnecessary tire wear.
Your vehicle’s brakes are its most vital component. If you notice that your brakes are squealing, pulsing, or pulling, you should visit your local Trail Tire dealer for an inspection or have them checked every 25,000km.
The best way to keep your vehicle running smoothly is to take care of its transmission; Vehicles should have their transmission fluids changed at Trail Tire every 45,000 to 50,000km or per your owner’s manual; this ensures that your transmission stays in proper working condition and prevents a costly transmission failure.
Your car’s battery gives your vehicle the juice it needs to start. If you notice that your car takes a while to start up, it could mean that your battery needs replacing. At Trail Tire, we can check your battery to ensure that it has plenty of life left in it or we can charge or replace it for you.
You can bring your vehicle into any Trail Tire location for an inspection. We can provide you with an out-of-province inspection or an insurance inspection.