Goodyear Tires

Goodyear Tires

Goodyear Tires

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Goodyear Tires

Today, Goodyear measures sales of nearly $20 billion, but we began in a converted strawboard factory on the banks of the Little Cuyahoga River in Ohio. Leading our industry for over one hundred years, we’ve accomplished legions of firsts and achieved important milestones that reflect our drive, skill, and total commitment to our ideals and industry. See the evolution of the Goodyear tire history by exploring the menu items above.

Tire Buying Checklist

Tire shopping may not seem that exciting, but once you’re driving on new tires, you’ll notice a difference. Here are some tips for how to prepare and what to expect while shopping for new tires.

First, find the make and model of your vehicle. Your version/option might also be required, which is sometimes called your package level. Version/option can affect your tire size. It should be located on an information placard in your vehicle. In vehicles made after 2005, this placard will be located in the driver’s side door. In older vehicles, the placard may be located instead in the rear passenger doorjamb, fuel filler, glove box or center console, or engine compartment. For example, the version/option of a Honda Accord EX V6 is EX V6.
You can also use your tire size. Your tire size should be on your tire’s sidewall. It could also be listed on the placard inside your driver’s side door, or in your owner’s manual.
Factors like whether you drive around town, take frequent long trips, or drive on- or off-road should influence your decision, as tires are designed to serve a variety of functions, like street performance, long, comfortable rides, enduring treadwear, and enhanced grip.
Ask what’s included in the tire price, such as balancing, valve stem replacement, installation, Tire Pressure Monitor System service, and wheel alignment, which could be necessary if the previous tires wore unevenly.
Selecting optional Road Hazard Coverage will protect your tires from scrap metal or other items that could puncture them.
If you end up with more than one choice, our sales professionals can discuss the features and benefits of each tire with you, so you can make a confident decision.

Buying & Owning Winter Tires

Winter tires, also known as snow tires, help provide enhanced traction in some of the most severe winter weather conditions including ice, slush, freezing rain and snow.

For those considering winter tires, here are some quick and helpful facts to help you make an informed decision and determine whether they are right for you.

Tread Compound & Design: Most winter tires feature specialized tread compounds and advanced tread designs that help provide superior traction and shorter stopping distance. Between all-season and winter tires, winter tires will provide improved braking performance.
Road Conditions: In addition to harsh winter weather, if you encounter many hills or sharp corners in your area, you might want the winter-ready traction and control of winter tires. Additionally, unplowed snow, slush or ice can be a hazard to you when driving, and winter tires can help you face that challenge.
Weather Conditions: Many people wonder how harsh the weather needs to be in order to get winter tires. The general consensus is that if you live in a place where the winter temperature is consistently below 45F/7.2C, or where you’re forced to drive in challenging winter conditions, winter tires may be a good choice for you. While all-season tires can provide some traction for wet and snowy conditions, there is no denying the enhanced traction and grip that winter tires provide to help create a more comfortable winter driving experience.
Performance: When shopping for tires, keep in mind that your vehicle’s starting, stopping and turning abilities ultimately come down to the amount of traction your tires can offer on snowy or icy road surfaces.


Here are a few simple tips and facts that you should keep in mind when driving with winter tires.

To help maintain stability and control of your vehicle in severe snow conditions, the RMA (Rubber Manufacturers Association) recommends installing winter tires in sets of fours to optimize the performance benefits. If winter tires are installed on the front axle of any vehicle, they must also be installed on the rear axle.
Even if you have traction control or four-wheel drive on your vehicle, these features can offer a false sense of security in winter conditions. Traction control/ABS are designed for vehicle stability, power transmission and controlled braking. They do NOT optimize traction or grip during all types of winter driving maneuvers.
The Severe Snow Conditions Symbol located on the sidewall of a tire indicates a tire that meets a snow traction standard recognized by the RMA (Rubber Manufacturers Association). Remember to look for the Severe Snow Conditions Symbol when shopping for winter tires.


Winter tires are not made for year-round use. Keep your winter tires on your vehicle until the driving conditions have improved and the temperature is consistently above 45F/7.2C. Then, replace them with either summer or all-season tires. Also, if your winter tires have reached a remaining tread depth of approximately 4/32nds, you should consider replacing them before the next winter season.

Once you have removed your winter tires, you’ll have to store them until next winter. It is important to keep them in a cool, dry and preferably shaded or dark location (ideally in a basement or garage). Store tires raised off of the floor on a pallet or rack. Tires should be stored sidewall to sidewall. Before re-installing winter, summer or all-season tires on your vehicle, they should be inspected for damage and adequate tread depth.

Tire Warranty Info

The Goodyear Tire Warranty is another reason to confidently invest in Goodyear tires. Review it in detail by exploring the links above for a thorough description of eligibility, coverage, charges, and more.

Please note that we are proudly introducing the style and goodyear-4performance of Dunlop tires to our site, and you will also be able to review the Dunlop Tire Warranty in detail by exploring the links above.

If you’re looking for more information on tire care, visit our tire & vehicle info or frequently asked questions pages.

If you’d like to see our service warranties, explore our service warranty page.

We endeavor to be your trusted “One Location… One Solution” centre.

For more information on our Tires, Wheels or Mechanic services please contact:

Email: [email protected]
Phone: 403.250.9723
Address: 1725 32 Ave. NE #122 Calgary, AB T2E 7C8