Courtesy Vehicle Service


Serving Squamish, Whistler, Vancouver and Pemberton

Greg Gardner GM has a fleet of vehicles for courtesy replacement when your vehicle is in our shop for verified warranty or ICBC claims, upon availability.

  • Renter must adhere to a No pet policy.
  • Renter must have a valid Drivers License and Credit Card in their name.
  • Credit Card Preauthorization will be taken at time of rental.
  • Renter must be between  21-69 years old.
  • Rentals may not be used for driving tests or off pavement use.
  • Renter is 100% liable for all damage done to rental vehicle and must provide their own insurance coverage. (RoadStar Package, Credit Card coverage, our Collision Damage waiver($19.95 per day), or ICBC daily rental insurance.)

Making Winter Driving Easier

Winter driving can be challenging for even the most experienced drivers. Poor visibility and the presence of snow, slush and ice are additional hazards

we normally don't have to deal with. Having the correct tires can make driving in winter conditions easier.

Identifying Winter Tires Both the all-season Mud & Snow (M+S) tires and the mountain/snowflake tires meet the requirements for winter tire designation in B.C.

To be considered a winter tire, a M+S or a mountain/snowflake tire must also have at least 3.5mm of tread depth.

Tell your local tire retailer what kind of road and weather conditions you drive in, so you get tires that are best suited for your needs.

All-seasons M+S (Mud & Snow) Tires

M+S tires are a safe option if you only encounter winter conditions on a limited basis and are prepared to drive with added cared and caution if winter conditions are encountered.

Mountain/Snowflake Tires
If you live or travel in an area where you would normally and regularly expect snow, ice and slush, ICBC recommends using four matched winter tire that carry the mountain/snowflake symbol (pictured here).

Mountain/snowflake tires offer a higher lever of traction in harsh winter conditions, and receive their special designation for adhering to a performance- based standard (developed by the U.S. Rubber Manufacturers Association and the Rubber Association of Canada). They are the best winter tires available.

Routes Requiring Winter Tires

Certain highways in B.C. require cars and light trucks to use winter tires from October 1 to March31 such as our very own Sea to Sky Highway. Signs are posted on these designated highways to advise drivers where and when the winter tires are required. These routes are also posted in the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure website. Vehicles not equipped with winter tires are prohibited from travelling past the signs.