Yes! Please be sure to check out the Promotions page to check out the current specials.
It depends on several things, namely the size of the wheel rim. Please see our prices page for complete list of current rates.
We work on most types of motorcycles (new, old and in between): sport, sport-touring, cruisers, dirt bikes, dual sport, etc. We also service quality brands of scooters. Give us a call for more information.
Yes, we can get your motorcycle ready for storage at the end of riding season. Since you will not be riding your motorcycle for about half a year, it’s important to get it ready when you park it for the winter. Fill up the tank, bring it to us, and will add fuel stabilizer and make sure it gets through all fuel lines and drain the float bowls if equipped with a carburetor, change the oil, lubricate cables, check (and if needed, service) the brakes, tires, spark plugs, belt or chain, air filter, check antifreeze, plug pipes to lessen the chance of rodents getting in, take out the battery and top off with distilled water (where applicable) so you can store it at room temperature in a dry place. You may need to periodically trickle charge your battery during the winter. We can also give your bike a quick cleaning. Of course, at this point you will not be able to ride your bike your bike home, so we recommend putting it on a trailer to transport it back to your place. It’s a good idea to use a bike stand to keep the tires off the ground so that they don’t sit on the same spot all winter.
Yes! We can install accessories on your motorcycle, or scooter. You can supply the parts or we can get them for you. Contact us today for more details.
Yes, we can test your battery and replace it if needed. Batteries can last a few years, but things like age and extreme heat can cause them to lose strength or their ability to hold a charge. Batteries can fail at any time of the year, but a weak battery may become more obvious once the cold weather arrives when you may notice the engine turning over slowly or not at all.
For your convenience, we are located in the heart of the West Island at 4509 St-Charles Boulevard, corner Oakwood. That’s just north of Rona, at the Kirkland/Pierrefonds border. We are located in the same building as Dairy Queen.
We do both. Some newer cars require synthetic oil, starting at $59.99 for up to 5 litres. Conventional oil changes start at $49.99 for up to 5 litres. If you’re not sure what kind of oil your car or truck takes, just call us and ask.
Yes! We offer tire storage starting at just $39.99 per season. Let us take the hassle out of hauling around your tires or worrying if you have space to store them at home. Just bring your car in when it’s time to change to winter or summer tires and we’ll take care of the rest. No need to load and unload tires into and out of your car.
Yes! We are one of the few place on or near the West Island that services motorcycles and scooters. We service most makes of Japanese, European and American motorcycles and quality makes of scooters. Contact us for more details or to book an appointment.
We service new, old and everything in between! Cars, light trucks, pickups, minivans, vans, SUVs and crossovers. European, Japanese, Korean and North American makes.
Yes! While your car is in being serviced, you may be able to borrow our FREE courtesy car. Due to limited availability, we recommend reserving it in advance. Please call us at 514-624-8473 to make an appointment and for more details.
Many of our parts, such as axles, tie rods, shocks, etc, come with warranties ranging from one, three and five years and some even come with a lifetime warranty. Please call for more details.
We sell a wide range of tires including: BF Goodrich, Bridgestone, Continental, Cooper, Dunlop, Falken, Firestone, General Tire, Gislaved, Goodyear, Hankook, Kumho, Michelin, Pirelli, Toyo and Yokohama.
Every vehicle has its recommended tire pressure, which is set by the manufacturer. You can find the vehicles tire pressure in two places; one being in the owners manual from the manufacturer. The second place is on the inside of the driver’s doors or gas cap cover.
There can be many different reasons:
- One of the most common causes for vibration is improper wheel balancing.
- During winter season, snow and ice build up can produce a vibration.
- A defective tire can also cause vibrations, but this is a very rare scenario.
Yes, majority of the time when your car is pulling to one side is because your vehicle needs a wheel alignment. However an under or over inflated tire can cause the same issue.
The start date is December 15th and the end date is March 15th.
You can find the appropriate tire size in two places:
- Tire information sticker in the driver’s door jamb/side of the door, or gas cap cover.
- Your owner’s manual will also list the tire size and tire pressure.