Too much or too little air in your tires may lead to lower gas mileage, increased tire wear or even failure. Get to know the tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) to stay safer on the roads.
Today's test: U.S. Olympic archer Khatuna Lorig uses DriveGuard tires for target practice. When you've got places to go, there's no time for a flat. So we make sure our DriveGuard tires can still perform for up to 50 miles on a puncture.
DriveGuard tires are specifically engineered to take a punch (or more accurately, a puncture) and keep you cruising along for up to 50 miles at maximum speeds up to 50 miles per hour.
DriveGuard tires are specifically engineered to be able to take a puncture and keep you moving. Their supportive and tough reinforced sidewalls help ensure your mobility for up to 50 miles at speeds up to 50 MPH.
NanoPro-Tech is used to create the stiff, heat-resistant material used in DriveGuard tires. See how it works.
Thanks to our proprietary patented high-tech cooling fin design and reinforced sidewall rubber, DriveGuard tires redistribute heat and friction after a puncture, so you can keep driving up to 50 miles even after complete loss of air pressure.
DriveGuard is changing the way people think about run-flat tires. Check out some real-world reactions from drivers trying DriveGuard for the first time.
There are dealers near you that can order and expertly install your Bridgestone tires.
If a retail customer is not completely satisfied with their eligible Bridgestone brand tires, the tires can be returned to the location where originally purchased within 90 days of purchase for a full refund or exchange*.
* Certain limitations and restrictions apply. See warranty for details.