Winter in Canada can be brutal, which is why it's essential to be prepared.
With wet and icy conditions on the roads all but guaranteed, winter tires are one way to make sure that your car is ready for winter.
Why are winter tires important?
While all-season tires are fine most of the year, they're no match for Canada's harsh winter conditions.
Winter tires provide better traction, braking and handling during frosty, snowy, icy and slushy weather conditions.
When should you change to winter tires?
According to CAA, you want to follow the 7-for-7 rule: you'll want to switch your vehicle to winter tires once there have been seven consistent days of temperatures below 7°C.
With snow already beginning to fall in parts of Canada — you may need to switch your tires sooner than you think. If you're looking to shop for a new set, right now, you can save up to 25 per cent on the top tires from Bridgestone, Michelin, MotoMaster and more at Canadian Tire.
From car tires to truck tires, it's easy to find the best quality tires for your vehicle. Take a look at some of the best winter tire deals below, and shop more winter tires on sale at Canadian Tire.
Save $130 when you purchase a full set of four Michelin X-Ice Snow winter tires.
At under $100 each, these tires are an affordable choice for those looking to make the switch to winter tires.
Save $70 when you purchase a full set of four Bridgestone Blizzak winter tires.
Save $70 with a Mail In Rebate when you purchase a set of 4 Cooper Discoverer tires.
Give your truck or SUV an upgrade with these rugged BFGoodrich All-Terrain tires.
3 Peak Mountain Snow Flake certification ensures optimal snow traction, even in winter conditions.
These tires use an innovative silica tread compound for increased rubber-to-road contact surface.
These tires use New Generation EcoPlus Technology to enhance traction in wet conditions, promoting significantly shorter stopping distances.
Save $50 with Mail In Rebate when you purchase a set of these Goodyear tires.
These tires are designed with with tread-wear indicators to alert drivers about the tire's performance level in wet, dry and snowy conditions.