Got a flat tire?

With over 260 locations across Canada, help is close by.

Important note about your vehicle

The manufacturer of your vehicle has specified vehicle-specific tires. Although your vehicle will fit other tires not specially designed for your vehicle, your manufacturers warranty may be impacted if you purchase non vehicle specific tires. If you have any questions, please contact us for help.


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How to find your tire size

How to find your tire size

There are two places to find your tire size. If you're wanting to replace what was installed by the manufacturer, you will find a small badge on the inside of your door. Otherwise, if you want to replace the size that is currently on your vehicle, you can read the size from the sidewall of the tire.


Whether your tire is looking a little low or is downright flat, bring your vehicle to Kal Tire and we’ll repair your tire in no time.

Fixed in no time flat – Have a slow leak? Book your flat tire repair appointment online. Need help right away? Find the Kal Tire location closest to you.

Free repairs when you’re covered by our Customer Care Plan – if your tire was purchased from Kal Tire, the repair will be free. It’s how we roll.

Repairs done right – Our trained technicians will ensure your tire repair is done correctly. We always repair your tires using both plugs and patches, as recommended by the Rubber Manufacturer’s Association. When it comes to the safety of your tires, you just can’t cut corners.


There are several different situations that can cause either a rapid leak or one of those annoying slow leaks.

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Rapid Leak

Puncture from road hazards (nails, potholes)

Penetrating Object

When it comes to things that cause holes in tires our technicians have seen it all – a four inch heel from a ladies shoe, a 17mm wrench, a railroad spike, a bone, even a bullet.

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Slow Leak

Wheel bead damaged or valve stem needs replacement

Bead Leak

This is a leak that happens around the edge of the wheel where the tire attaches. It can be caused by a corroded wheel or debris not allowing the tire to make an airtight seal.

Sidewall Damage

Scraping or bumping into a curb can weaken the side of your tire causing it to slowly lose air. These ones can sometimes be invisible from the outside of the tire too.


Unfortunately, in some scenarios the tire cannot be repaired and it’s safer to replace your tire, for example when the tire’s sidewall has been punctured. Our team will recommend the best replacement tire for your vehicle and driving needs.

With over 260 locations across Canada, help is close by.

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