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The Lowest Price on Tires....

Guaranteed!

 

If you find a lower advertised price within 30 days of purchasing any of the following tire brands (Michelin, Toyo Tires, Goodyear, BF Goodrich, Dunlop, Firestone, Uniroyal, Yokohama, Gislaved, General Tires and Continental), your participating Honda dealer will match the lower price!

Call 519-364-1010 or click here for your quote

* Should you find a lower advertised price within thirty (30) days before or after the purchase of qualifying tires from a participating Honda dealer, present the Honda dealer where you purchased or intend to purchase qualifying tires with proof of the advertised price and they will match the lower price. Offer does not apply to quotes or advertised prices from outside Canada, online auction sites, wholesalers, online retailers that have no physical stores in Canada, close out/liquidation/clearance sales, advertising errors or misprints or restricted offers. Subject to stock availability. Qualifying tires must be purchased and installed at a participating Honda dealer in Canada. Advertised item must: (i) be an in-stock brand, excluding Bridgestone, be of the same brand, size, model, sidewall, speed and load rating; (ii) be sold through an authorized retailer located in Canada; and (iii) be in Canadian dollars. Lowest Price Guarantee does not apply to costs associated with labour, valve stems, mounting/balancing, disposal fees and taxes. Some restrictions apply. Offer subject to change or cancellation without notice. Ask your Honda Dealer for details. 

 

The Condition Of Your Car's Tires.
Tires that aren't properly inflated or that have unevenly worn treads can affect your car's performance and handling on the road, and, your safety. 

Even Tread Wear
When it comes to tire treads, make sure that your tires are worn evenly and that all parts that come in contact with the road contain visible treads.  Tires contain a tread wear indicator which helps to evaluate if they are in good enough condition to drive safely. 

Tire Pressure
The pressure at which your tires should be maintained can be found in your car owner's manual, and you will find the tires' maximum pressure stamped into the rubber. Tires should maintain their pressure for approximately three months, and if you see that this is not the case, it's important to get them inspected.

Check Your Tires
If you are unsure about the condition of your vehicle's tires, stop by Hanover Honda and one of our Service Advisors can take measurements and give advice.


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