Point S blog provides advices and help you answer the great many questions that go through your mind, whether it’s for tires, vehicle maintenance, safety or for the latest news in the automotive field.
When to Get Vehicle Anti-Rust Protection ?
Rust is an oxidation process that attacks metals and ruins the appearance of our vehicles. Unfortunately, no vehicle can escape this natural phenomenon, especially in winter when you factor in road salt, high humidity, along with rain,...
There’s Hot Weather Coming: Check your Car’s Air Conditioning!
- air conditioning
For certain people, air conditioning has become a necessity both at home and in the car. During the periods of high heat that can occur during the summer months, your vehicle’s air conditioning system must be functional and safe. Neglecting...
11 Auto Maintenance Tips to Consider Before Leaving For Vacation
11 Auto Maintenance Tips to Consider Before Leaving For Vacation !The summer holidays have started for most of us, and the weather is perfect for being on the road. For many of us the summer months mean vacations, long drives, and a lot of...
The clock is ticking: Get your winter tires installed today!
- driving tips
- winter tires
With the cold and snow at our doorstep, drivers must adapt their driving yet again. For everyone’s safety, winter tires are an absolute must. There’s no getting round it; winter tires are mandatory on all vehicles by December 15.Exceptions...
Point S North America Hires Network Operations Manager
- Point S North America
- Point S Amérique du Nord
- Human Resources
Boston (MA) – Point S North America announced today that Gary Sass has joined the organization as Network Operations Manager. In this new position, Sass will be responsible for driving the continued synergy between Canadian and U.S....
Uneven Tire Wear
- winter tires
- summer tires
Knowing the wear of your tires is critical to your safety on the roadAll tires have wear indicators that become visible when the tread has been reduced to 1.6 mm or 2/3 po thickness. The tire must then be replaced. Another trick for checking...