Shop Uniroyal Tires in Winnipeg and Manitoba
Americans have been driving with confidence on Uniroyal® tires since 1892, although back then we were known as the U.S. Rubber Company.
Uniroyal tires are chosen by so many different people, for so many different reasons and for so many different vehicles, that we have become a trusted part of the lives of millions of Americans.
The Uniroyal tiger has been our well-known and well-loved mascot since 1964. Over the years, the Uniroyal tiger has come to symbolize the tradition, perseverance, and pride that have been a part of the Uniroyal® brand long before the tiger’s first day on the job.
Today, the Uniroyal brand continues to go the extra mile for you by putting all of our effort into making high quality, durable car and truck tires that today’s drivers can afford.
Our tires provide all the features and benefits you consider important in a high-quality, dependable tire. Just take a look at our latest innovations — the Laredo® Cross Country, an SUV and pick-up tire built to conquer everyday adventures, and the Tiger Paw® Touring, a comprehensive line of tires for sedans and mini-vans that helps deliver outstanding wear and handling at an affordable price.
The Right Tire for the Season
All Uniroyal® tires meet or exceed federal regulations. Different types of tires provide unique performances that are delivered by specific technical solutions including mold design, construction and materials. We therefore recommend the following:
- Summer tires are designed to perform best in warm weather conditions. Summer tires should be removed when ambient temperatures are consistently below 7°C.
- All Season tires are designed to provide optimized performance in warm weather conditions as well as a reliable performance in moderate winter conditions. All Season tires should be replaced by winter tires on all wheel positions during severe winter conditions (when temperatures are consistently below the freezing point and/or there are regular winter precipitations such as snow or freezing rain).
- Winter tires are designed to perform best in cold weather during severe winter conditions. Winter tires should be removed when ambient temperature is consistently above 7°C.