Winter Tire Program

Prepare for Winter with Our Get a Grip! Winter Tire Program

As winter approaches, it’s time to gear up for the snowy and icy roads. We’re excited to announce that Manitoba Public Insurance has introduced a winter tire program, making it easier than ever to equip your vehicle with the necessary winter tires. This program is especially beneficial for residents of Manitoba and the Portage la Prairie area, ensuring that you can navigate the winter months safely.

Financing Options for Winter Tires

In the past, investing in a new set of winter tires might have been a financial challenge for many customers. However, with our financing options through MPI, you can now enjoy the benefits of winter tires without a significant upfront cost. Our financing plan allows you to make manageable monthly payments, providing you with flexibility and peace of mind.

Why Choose Winter Tires?

While all-season tires are suitable for moderate winter conditions, nothing beats the performance of dedicated winter tires when temperatures drop below 7°C. Winter tires offer superior grip on wet, dry, snowy, icy, and slushy surfaces, providing increased control and safety for you and your passengers. Don’t compromise on safety—make the switch to winter tires.

Benefits of the Winter Tire Program:

  • Increased control on snow or icy roads
  • Enhanced safety for occupants
  • Reduction in accidents
  • Designed for Manitoba winter conditions

Eligibility and Coverage:

Wondering if you qualify for tire financing? If you have a Manitoba driver’s license and the vehicle is registered in your name, you’re eligible!

Ready to Get Started?

Our knowledgeable staff is ready to assist you in finding the perfect winter tires for your vehicle. Fill out our contact form to initiate the process or give us a call today. Stay safe on the roads this winter with Westward Fords!


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