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That was painful to read.
Your grammar and spelling is worse than a Syrian refugee
I believe you're probably out of luck. I tried to bribe a small local shop to let me leave my tinted windows on and they wouldn't do it. Local mechanics say Canadian tire is the easiest, and thats where I went, but I don't see them looking past a cracked windshield.
Best of luck
Just buy bfg ko2's or duratracs. I've had both when I lived back in snowy Ontario and they were a massive upgrade over all season tires. A dedicated snow tire might be a little bit better than a winter rated all terrain, but at least you're only buying one set of tires this way.
A lot of guys stay off the real trails during fire season, and more gates are closed.
Port Renfrew has good hiking and big tree hunting. There are a few places to play with a truck on gordon river main, and off the the pacific highway route.
A backroads mapbook will be a worthwhile investment.
I highly recommend the walbran valley if you plan on camping
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