OK Tire (Burns Lake) Set as my store
Phone: (250) 692-7669 Text:(778) 654-0383 Address:
182 HWY 16, Burns Lake, BC, V0J 1E0

Hours:
Monday 8:00 - 6:00
Tuesday 8:00 - 6:00
Wednesday 8:00 - 6:00
Thursday 8:00 - 6:00
Friday 8:00 - 6:00
Saturday 8:00 - 4:30
Sunday Closed

Promotions

About Our Store

Burns Lake is one of the newest OK Tire locations to open. This family run location, is very hands on ensuring that customers consistently receiving professional and courteous service. With a full range of in stock passenger and light truck tires, OK Tire is your one stop shop for your business fleet or personal and family transportation needs.

In addition to providing complete automotive service, repair and tires for passenger and light trucks, OK Tire is proud to offer heavy duty equipment repair, commercial truck, commercial truck inspection (MVI), machining and fabricating.



Search for Tires Book an Appointment Send an Email

Our Services

Cars, SUV, Light Trucks

  • Electrical & Battery Service
  • Brakes
  • Engine Diagnostics
  • Accessories & Vehicle Enhancements
  • Climate Control (Air Conditioning & Heating)
  • Cooling System
  • Diesel Services
  • Drive Train
  • Preventative Maintenance
  • Tire Service & TPMS
  • Emission Control Testing
  • Exhaust
  • Auto Repair & Maintenance
  • Oil Change / Lubrication
  • Warranty Approved Maintenance Centre
  • Custom Wheels & Accessories
  • Shuttle Service

Home & Rec

  • Small RV (2 Tons And Lower)
  • Large RV

Truck

  • 24 Hour Road Service
  • Fleet Inspection
  • Service Trucks
  • Rims & Hold Down Parts

Construction & Industrial

  • Service Trucks

Off The Road

  • Service Trucks Small Off The Road
  • Service Trucks With Boom for Large

Forestry

  • Forestry Tire Service Off The Road
  • Service Trucks With Boom for Large Off The Road
  • Service Trucks Small

Mining

  • Onsite Service
  • Service Trucks With Boom For Mining

Facebook Feed

Could cars that are able to watch their drivers be the solution to stopping distracted driving? bit.ly/2haFbUV ...

View on Facebook

Did you know that rubber is actually white? A chemical compound called carbon black is combined with other polymers to create the ‘tread’ and improve the lifespan of your tires. ...

View on Facebook

Rotating your tires helps achieve a more uniform wear saving you money in the long run.

Not sure how often to do this? The general rule is every 12,000 km or every 6 months. #WheelsWednesday

bit.ly/2yFsOng
...

View on Facebook

Photo Gallery