TYRE meaning Canadian, meaning tyre, is the most commonly used term for a Canadian car.

It was coined by Tyree Crump, a Canadian entrepreneur who founded a sports car company in 1999 and has built a number of Canadian brands including the Canadian Tire and Canadian Tire Motorsport.

The Canadian Tire logo is also on the tires used by the United States National Football League (NFL), Major League Baseball (MLB), and NASCAR (NASCAR).

Canadian Tire was founded in Toronto in 1972 by two brothers.

Its main business is selling Canadian made tires and tires in the United Kingdom and United States.

Canada is the world’s largest exporter of tires and is home to about 90% of the world tire market, according to the International Tire and Rubber Association.

Tyre meaning Canadian has been used since the 1950s.

It comes from the word “tyre” in French meaning tire.

Tyree had previously sold tires to the United Nations, which is why he says the term is now used in Canada.

Tyrie’s brother Brian is an American, and he bought the Canadian tire company in 2001.

Tyrees business is to market tires to Canadian car owners and to help them find them.

“I have been using it in Canada since the 1970s,” he told Buzzfeed.

“We were doing a lot of sales in the 1980s and 1990s.

We got to where we are today with this business.

It’s a very important business to me.”

The word Tyree means Canadian was originally used as a shortened version of the word Canada.

“It is also the name of a lot the things we do,” said Brian Tyree.

“Our first name is Tyree, and it’s just a great name.”

Tyree has been doing this since the late 1970s and early 1980s, he said.

In the 1980, when the tires were being marketed to Canadian auto owners, Tyree sold to the UN’s International Olympic Committee (IOC).

Tyree said that when he first started selling tires to Canadians, he was surprised to find a lot more people wanted to buy tires in Canada than in the U.S. and Europe.

He said it took about five years to become the leading Canadian tire seller in Canada and he sold tires in more than 20 countries, including the U