At Comox Valley Toyota, we understand the importance of choosing the right tires for your vehicle. Whether you're seeking enhanced performance, improved fuel efficiency, or superior traction in challenging weather conditions, we have a wide variety of tires to meet your specific needs.


Our new tire selector tool is designed to make your tire shopping experience easier than ever. With just a few clicks, you can access a wide range of high-quality tires suitable for your vehicle's make and model. Simply enter your vehicle information, and let our tire selector tool do the rest.



Tire Pressure

Maintaining optimum tire pressure helps to keep your vehicle running smoothly and safely. Properly inflated tires can:

  • Prevent excessive tread wear and extend the life of your tires
  • Enhance handling, traction, and the stopping ability of your vehicle
  • Improve fuel economy by reducing friction, and in turn, lower emissions

Some Toyota vehicles are equipped with a Tire Pressure Monitoring System that can alert you to the need to stop and check your tires.

Tire Rotation

Front tires generally wear faster than rear tires, which makes tire rotation an important part of regular tire care.

  • Ensures more even wear
  • Extends the life of your tires
  • Improves braking and handling performance

Tires should be rotated as recommended by your Toyota vehicle maintenance schedule.

Tread Wear

As you drive, tire tread gradually wears away, which impacts both traction and braking time.

A simple way to check your tire tread is to insert a quarter into one of the grooves. If you can see the tip of the caribou’s nose, then you many need new tires.

Your Toyota Technician can check and record tire tread depth, and examine tires for damage or wear to better determine if new tires are needed.

Tire Storage

Proper tire storage is essential for maximizing the life and performance of your tires.

When it comes to storing your tires, there are a few key factors to consider.

  • Clean your tires thoroughly before storage to remove any dirt, debris, or brake dust that can cause damage over time.
  • Store your tires in a cool, dry, and well-ventilated area away from direct sunlight and extreme temperatures.
  • Tires should be stored upright or suspended to avoid distortion or stress on the sidewalls.

By following these tire storage guidelines, you can significantly increase the lifespan of your tires, ensuring optimal performance and safety when it's time to hit the road again.

At Comox Valley Toyota we're happy to offer tire storage. Let us take care of your investment. Contact us for more details.