Over 325 Stores Nationwide

OK Tire has been part of the Canadian landscape since 1953. Today, we are now the largest independent tire and auto service retailer in Canada. Search for a store near you.


Find the Right Tires for Any Condition

Tires aren’t just there to hold air. They’re an integral part of your vehicle’s safety. We offer a wide range of quality tires that deliver maximum comfort, tread life, and security.

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Auto Service
Auto Service

Certified & Professional Auto Services

Although we have tire in our name, that’s not all we do! We’ve got you covered with full auto services that protects your warranty.

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FREE SHIPPING on all OK Tire accessories!

Accessorize Your Ride

We offer a full range of high-performance parts and accessories for your car, SUV, or light truck.

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Commercial, Farm, Mining & More.

We offer tires and services for commercial, construction, industrial, fleets, off-road, mining, forestry, and farm vehicles/equipment.

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Advice From the OK Tire Experts

It’s Going To Be OK! Our eCare Team is here for you.

Hours Of Operation

Monday to Friday
8:30am to 4:30am PST

Corporate Office

OK Tire Stores Inc.
19082 21 AvenueSurrey, BC
V3Z 3M3 Canada


On-Board Diagnostics

Have your vehicle diagnosed by one of your qualified OK Tire automotive technician.

What does on-board diagnostics (OBD) mean?

Modern vehicles can have anywhere from 30 to 100 individual on-board computers feeding information to a central control unit, which is called the on-board diagnostics system (OBD 2). These different computers monitor everything from how far your vehicle is leaning in a corner to how much oxygen the exhaust contains. Often taking thousands of readings per second the on-board diagnostic system can inform the driver by illuminating a warning light on the dashboard.

No matter if your light is steady (make an appointment as soon as you can) or if it is blinking (indicating a severe misfire that needs immediate attention to avoid extensive engine or engine related component damage) you will need to have your vehicle diagnosed by a qualified automotive technician. These professionals will use modern diagnostic equipment to determine where in the system the issue is by diagnosing failures in either the control units or the parts they are monitoring.

Things that you can keep an eye out for to indicate a start of a problem:

  • Hard starting or extended cranking in hot or cold situations
  • Hesitation when you first accelerate
  • Increased fuel consumption
  • Pinging or knocking under hard acceleration
  • Routinely stalling
  • Lack of power when accelerating or going up an incline

Have your vehicle diagnosed by one of your qualified OK Tire automotive technician.

Don’t let just anyone “tinker” or guess when dealing with these components – only qualified automotive technician have the equipment and data required to diagnose and repair modern problems in modern vehicles.

TIP: If your check engine light comes on and is steady, try checking your gas cap to make sure that it is correctly tightened.  It may take a couple of trips to get the light to reset. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Such as: “What is the warranty on tires & wheels?”

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