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Dealerships can Learn a Lot about Customer Service Says MarketWatch.com

A MarketWatch.com article discusses how dealerships can learn about customer service from companies like Tire Butler: “Innovative start-ups in the sector are already threatening to eat into dealerships’ customer base.” “Toronto’s Tire Butler performs seasonal tire changes when and where they are wanted…This is ownership, spiralling around you, at your whim, at the tap of your phone […]

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Royal Bank of Canada Talks about Tire Butler at Conference

Dave McKay, president and CEO of Royal Bank of Canada, presented at 2019 RBC Capital Markets Financial Institutions Conference where he mentions Tire Butler: “We’re going through I think a transformation in how our customers think about the balance sheet from a smallest consumer to a largest corporate and therefore the roles that we play, […]

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RBC uses tire changes to lure clients

RBC Drive is a mobile app marketed as a “digital glove box” for your vehicle, keeping track of maintenance records, insurance details, recall notices and the vehicle’s value while also linking to outside services such as booking Tire Butler’s tire service at home.  […]

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Tire Butler is Tesla Approved

Tire Butler is Tesla Approved for Tire Sales and Service you can trust. If you need non-warranty service you can contact us at Tire Butler directly at 416-234-1688. If it is a warranty issue, please call your service advisor and they will contact us. […]

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No Time to Spare? Quick Tire Check

When it comes to safety, tires are one of the most important components of your vehicle. Think about it: tires affect your vehicle handling, ride, braking, and overall safety. Ideally, tire inspections should be performed monthly.  […]

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Buying Tires

When buying tires, most people don’t realize that tires are the single most important safety feature on any vehicle. Your tires provide the only connection between your car and the road, and life-saving technologies like antilock brakes and electronic stability control cannot do their job if the tires don’t have a good grip on the pavement. And yet tires are one of the least-understood components of our vehicles – mostly because there are so many different kinds and so little information about them.
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