Michelin Winter Tires

The Tire Rack has the biggest selection of MICHELIN Winter tires. If you’re still trying to decide which winter tire is best for you, Michelin makes it easy by rating each tire with an “Ice” or snowflake rating. The Ice rating range goes from 1-4, meaning that without studs, one snowflake rating means the lowest level of snow/ice traction, 4 full wheels mean the best winter performance.

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In Canada, a new winter tire model must pass three pre-tests corresponding to the conditions of the Canadian winter: ice, deep snow and cold asphalt.

On top of that, each manufacturer has to develop specific tires for each vehicle category (passenger cars, light trucks and heavy trucks). These tires must exhibit a level of performance equal to the best winter tire on snow or ice.

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    In Canada History and Facts

    Michelin established its first office in Montreal in 1943 and opened its first production facility in Nova Scotia in 1969, and produced it was the first tire there in 1971. Currently, Now its Headquarters is located in Montreal and has three production locations in Nova Scotia. There are presently 3600 employees in Canada, and nearly all of them are in Nova Scotia.

    Michelin has been an official supplier to the Canadian Grand Prix Formula One race (Montreal) since 1977 and became a major sponsor of fencing (1988), cycling (1989), rugby (1991) and powerboat racing (2000).

    Michelin Canada has been present in Canada for over 70 years and operates with three distribution centers.

    In 2005, Michelin North America celebrated its 100th anniversary in the U.S., Canada and Mexico.

    Michelin Canada is currently sponsoring Lafarge, a Canadian road construction company, and is an official supplier to Canada’s Formula One Grand Prix race (Montreal).