Products

New Tires

Buying new tires ranks pretty far down on the list of things most people want to do with their time and money, right next to replacing a failed water heater. While you might overspend on your next water heater, at least there will be a flow of warm water to wash the pain away.

Not so with tires. A poor choice of replacement rubber will haunt you every driving day for the next three to six years. The wrong tires will pound your neck, assault you with constant whining, cause your beloved sports car to handle worse than a pickup, or scare you witless when it rains. Plus, buying new rubber is intimidating for the unprepared: Tires appear identical. Each manufacturer claims all its tires are superlative in every area. All cost more than you’d budgeted, which was “nothing.” And newer vehicles require replacement components for their tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS).

If You Were Happy With Your Old Tires

If you like the way your car performs, the answer is easy: Buy the exact same model you had. There’s a good reason—the tire and car companies spend nearly $1 million to develop a tire with the attributes that make you like your car. The original equipment tire was selected to highlight the vehicle’s good features and, often, smooth over weaknesses. If you’re satisfied with your car, go with tires that exactly match the original equipment tires. For more questions please contact any of our representatives at On A Roll Tire.

Wheels (Rims)

Alloy Wheels are light wheels with improved performance characteristics. These light wheels increase cornering and steering precision, and decrease road feedback for better braking response.

Steel Wheels are heavier wheels that provide vehicles with a lower center of gravity. Steel wheels are perfect for harsh road conditions in the snow or off-road over rugged terrain, but lack other performance capabilities because of the added weight.

Chrome is an aesthetically pleasing finish applied to both alloy and steel wheels. Chrome wheels are sought by drivers concerned with cosmetic appearance. While chrome wheels are known for their metallic mirrored shine, durability, and strength, they require regular attention and cleaning to maintain their visual appeal.

Every customer’s criteria for buying wheels are different, so we urge you to contact us with your questions or concerns. Our service staff is comprised of wheel and rim experts who remain on the cutting edge of wheel style, configuration, and performance. On A Roll Tire, not just tires.

Automotive Accessories

On a Roll tire have automotive accessories. Talk to the staff if they don’t have it in stock they can find it for you.

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ON A ROLL TIRE

We are a full-service tire shop now open in Stoney Creek Ont. We carry thousands of used tires as well we offer new tires.

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BUSINESS HOURS

Monday: 9:00AM – 6:00PM
Tuesday: 9:00AM – 6:00PM
Wednesday: 9:00AM – 6:00PM
Thursday: 9:00AM – 6:00PM
Friday: 9:00AM – 6:00PM
Saturday: 9:00AM – 2:00PM
Sunday: CLOSED
Holidays: CLOSED

CONTACT INFO

333 Barton St
Stoney Creek, ON
L8E 2L1

(905) 930-8400
(905) 380-8244

onarolltire@gmail.com

ON A ROLL TIRE

We are a full-service tire shop now open in Stoney Creek Ont. We carry thousands of used tires as well we offer new tires.

FOLLOW US

BUSINESS HOURS

Monday: 9:00AM – 6:00PM
Tuesday: 9:00AM – 6:00PM
Wednesday: 9:00AM – 6:00PM
Thursday: 9:00AM – 6:00PM
Friday: 9:00AM – 6:00PM
Saturday: 9:00AM – 2:00PM
Sunday: CLOSED
Holidays: CLOSED

CONTACT INFO

333 Barton St
Stoney Creek, ON
L8E 2L1

(905) 930-8400
(905) 380-8244

onarolltire@gmail.com