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Bridgestone Driveguard Tires

Bridgestone Driveguard Tires
Bridgestone Driveguard All Season Tire

Bridgestone Driveguard Tires

The Bridgestone Driveguard all season tire  allows you to drive up to 50 miles at up to 50 mph after a puncture or complete loss of air pressure. Bridgestone Driveguard tires were specially designed for year-round driving flexibility by offering excellent handling, traction and control on both dry and wet roads and in light snow. 

Bridgestone Driveguard Tires

Get driving piece of mind knowing you can handle the challenges of the road, with a tire that won't leave you stranded.

Bridgestone DriveGuard tires were specially designed for sedans, wagons and coupes that have feature a TPMS system (Tire Pressure Monitoring System). When your vehicle experiences an tire air loss due to puncture the TPMS light will appear on your vehicles dashboard. Normally this would require you to immediately pull over to the side of the road and inspect your tire. With Bridgestone DriveGuard tire, you can safely travel up to 50 miles  and have your tire inspected. This is due to the DriveGuard's reinforced sidewalls that are engineered to support the weight of your vehicle, even when the tire has no air in it. Featuring revolutionary cooling fin technology to the tire will resist heat buildup and friction after a tire puncture, which allows you to continue driving until you reach a safe location.   This new technology combined with an all-season rubber compound, for improved tread life and traction provides safety, reliability and performance.  When it's time to choose your next tire, consider the safety, reliability and performance of the Bridgestone DriveGuard run flat tire.

Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations is the product of the merging of two of the finest tire manufacturers in the world: The Firestone Tire & Rubber Company, which was founded in 1900 and the Bridgestone Tire Company Ltd. (later renamed Bridgestone Corporation) which was founded in 1931.  Bridgestone Corporation purchased Firestone in 1988 for $2.6 billion, transforming the companies’ combined operations into the world’s largest tire and rubber company. The company has many divisions that help serve all of their customer’s needs.

Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations sells tires for passenger, light truck, truck, bus, off road, motorcycle, agricultural and kart applications through a variety of different outlets, including independent dealers, discount retailers, warehouse clubs and stores owned by Bridgestone Retail Operations, LLC (BSRO).

Today, Bridgestone Americas consists of an international family of enterprises with more than 50 production facilities and more than 43,000 employees throughout the Americas.

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