It’s winter, and there’s no way to get around it. With a season that lasts at least half our year, taking advantage of all the winter activities that we can do as a family is a must.
We’re a family that only in recent years has started to embrace winter activities and as we have done so we’ve started venturing further from home.
Whether we’re driving to the mountains to see the Santa Claus parade, driving out of the city to try some ice fishing or finding the best toboggan hills around Edmonton it’s important that everything with our vehicle is safe, which includes winter tires.
Your winter tire needs
Winter = freezing temperatures, black ice, snow, slush, and more. Making the decision to get winter tires is one that will help to keep your family safer on those winter roads and it’s where Tirecraft comes in.
Tirecraft is a proudly Canadian owned and operated expert in tires and automotive service. With each store being locally owned and operated, they are dedicated to offering the best to their customers, employees, and the community.
Get the most out of your winter driving season
Everyone has different driving requirements and not all winter tires are going to suit your needs, driving style or the winter conditions that you may encounter. Your local Tirecraft store has tire experts that can offer you different suggestions based on your winter driving needs.
Want to do your own research? Whether it’s your first time buying winter tires or you simply need a refresher, you can download the Ultimate Guide to Winter Tires to help you decide which ones are perfect for you. Written by professionals, topics include why choosing winter tires is important, checking tread depth, how to store your winter tires and more.
Enter to win a $1,000 Tirecraft gift certificate
Enter for your chance to WIN a $1,000 Tirecraft gift certificate! Enter the Trust Your Tires Winter Grand Prize Giveaway here. The giveaway ends at 12 PM EST on December 1st, 2016.
Now, what are you waiting for? Jump in your vehicle and explore fun winter activities that you can do with the family in your area and beyond!
This post has been generously sponsored by Tirecraft, the opinions and language are my own.