Taking the pressure out of tire purchases
For nearly four decades, Glen Robertson-based Glengarry Tire Service has been looking after the tire needs of motorists, and farmers, throughout Glengarry and area.
Since its modest beginning as a one-bay shop in this tiny North Glengarry hamlet, it has since expanded into one of the most reputable tire dealers in the area.
It has a new home, the former Laurier-Carrière school at 3301 Dalkeith Road, and a highly trained team of 10 full-time employees dedicated to giving you the best service possible.
Owner Ghislain Valade says Glengarry Tire Service is always keeping abreast of the latest trends in the tire industry. When tires started getting equipped with Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS), Glengarry Tire obtained the equipment and the training to deal with this new technology.
Right now, with Spring at its mid-point, the shop is busy changing tires.
Mr. Valade says his company has a wide selection of tires to choose from, everything from a standard performance tire to mags, which can give your vehi- cle a sportier look. It also offers tire storage and does a lot of work fitting and selling tires for agricultural equipment.
“We do more than just sell tires and wheels,” Mr. Valade says.
“Our licenced mechanics perform many automotive services like brakes, wheel alignments, battery replacement, seasonal maintenance, safety, and much more. Our auto service department installs high quality auto parts and is backed by our reputable warranty. Glengarry Tire specializes in auto repair and can help you with almost any problem or concern.”
SIGN OF TROUBLE: This dashboard light signals it is time to check tire pressure.