Tire Store & Storage

Make an informed decision on tires with the people who know your vehicle best.

With over $1,000,000 of tires in-stock, OpenRoad Auto Group factory trained Technicians and Service Advisors are able to match the tire to your driving needs. We will match the tires to your vehicle and driving habits to ensure optimal performance and safety.

  • We offer competitive prices and complete tire purchase and installation service, including Tire Storage and online appointment bookings.
  • We can install your tires while you wait in our first-class guest lounges, or you can make use of our complimentary shuttle service.
  • When you purchase and install tires with us you also earn Club OpenRoad points - another reason why more people are choosing OpenRoad for tires. 

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Note: Not all tire brands located at all OpenRoad dealerships.


When to get winter tires?

Winter tires are one of the best ways
to stay safe while driving in freezing weather.
Tires lose elasticity when the temperature dips below 7°C


Do I need winter tires in British Columbia?

In the Vancouver and Lower Mainland when the temperature drops below 7°C you are safer driving on winter tires.

Winter tires are designed with softer rubber compounds that remain flexible in cold temperatures. Deeper, specially designed tread channel retracts away ice, snow, mud and water to give you more traction than All Season tires.


Can I use my all-season tires instead of winter tires?

Winter tires are quite different from all-season. Designed specifically with highly specialized rubber compounds that stay flexible in cold weather and have tread patterns designed to grip and bite into the the snow and grip better to our B.C. winter roads! Ask one of our representatives at our OpenRoad dealerships what's the best winter tires for your vehicle.


Do I need two winter tires or four?

Tire and vehicle manufacturers recommend installing four winter tires on your vehicle to maintain the vehicle's handling balance. Winter tires have different rubber compounds and treads so having two types of tires can impair performance, braking, handling and reaction. To maintain consistent vehicle handling, install four matching winter tires.