Car and Light Truck Tire Service
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Tire Shop hours of service – 7:30am - 8:30pm Monday to Friday
Road service hours – 24 hours a day 365 days a year




Why pay for big city tire prices when Tubby’s Tire Service is located just five minutes east of London. Our tire shop backs onto highway 401 in Dorchester Township. The large variety of commercial fleets that with preform service for, provides us a pretty good volume of car and light truck tire sales and because of this we are able to offer some pretty good deals on car tires and light truck tires. We offer all the major North American tire brands such as Goodyear, Dunlop, Michelin, BFG, Bridgestone and Firestone as well as most of the middle lines like Hercules, Cooper, GT Radial, Hankook, General Tire and many others. We also offer aftermarket, replica and steel wheels. Whether you need a set of black steel wheels for your snow tires or if you’re looking to make your vehicle stand out with a unique set of chrome or aluminum alloy rims, or maybe your wheel got damaged when that curb or pot hole ran into you and you’re just looking to restore your vehicle to the original look. Most of the aftermarket wheel manufactures offer replica wheels for most of the vehicle models that are more than a couple of years old at a fraction of the cost that you would pay from your OEM. 

When it comes to passenger tires and light truck tires there are many options for every vehicle and every tire manufacture have multiple tires that can be fitted onto your car, pickup truck or van. These tire options very with many different price points that are affected by quality and type of rubber, the amount or combination of the steel and or nylon belts in the tire, tire wear and traction characteristics, tire load capabilities and the intended use of the tire such as all season tires, winter tires, or off road tires. If you are in the practice of installing winter tires on your vehicle we recommend that you always buy a good quality snowflake rated winter tire. The whole point of winter tires is traction on ice and snow, so you get what you pay for. If you need to save yourself some money upfront, buy a medium to lower quality of tire for the spring, summer and fall months. If you compare the price of lower, medium and higher quality tires you will find that the higher upfront price with the higher quality tire will usually end up costing less in the long run over the lower and medium quality tires. This comes from the higher technology in the tires that give you better tread wear and better fuel economy without the loss of traction or comfort.   

For All Season Tires and Winter Tires for your car, van, or pickup truck.

Call 519-268-6502