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Winter tire storage GTA

Looking for a good deal on tire storage for the winter.
The place I've been using jacked up their price last season, so I'm looking for alternatives.
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Bueller? Bueller?
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Did you call around? Almost every tire shop offers this now. Dealerships too.
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derass wrote: Did you call around? Almost every tire shop offers this now. Dealerships too.
It's not a matter of finding a place that will store tires. It's a matter of finding a place that will do it at a good price.
This is RFD and I want to get the best deal! (that's why I put this in the "request a deal" section.. but it seems the RFD overlords think they know better)
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If you do regular services at dealer or indy shop, ask for discount. Some Honda dealers does for $40 if you give them enough money year round.
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TheImp wrote: Looking for a good deal on tire storage for the winter.
The place I've been using jacked up their price last season, so I'm looking for alternatives.
TheImp wrote: It's not a matter of finding a place that will store tires. It's a matter of finding a place that will do it at a good price.
This is RFD and I want to get the best deal! (that's why I put this in the "request a deal" section.. but it seems the RFD overlords think they know better)

then list what you were fine paying and what you now feel is "jacked up" and refuse to.

What do you consider to be a "good" price?
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Swerny wrote: then list what you were fine paying and what you now feel is "jacked up" and refuse to.

What do you consider to be a "good" price?
The price went from $49.95 + HST to $69.95 + HST. I paid it last time because I had the tires in the back of my car already, and I only found out when I got to the storage place to unload them.
A "good" price is.. as low as I can possibly get. Certainly hoping for something better than what I'm currently paying.
This space for rent.
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TheImp wrote: The price went from $49.95 + HST to $69.95 + HST. I paid it last time because I had the tires in the back of my car already, and I only found out when I got to the storage place to unload them.
A "good" price is.. as low as I can possibly get. Certainly hoping for something better than what I'm currently paying.
And they're jacking it up to $89.95 + HST this season. I definitely need to find a deal.
This space for rent.

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