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Bridgestone DriveGuard Tire Review – Video
– What you will like: Confidence knowing a puncture won’t leave you stranded on the side of the road
– What needs improvement: A little gain in ultimate wet traction and ride noise comfort, plus more winter grip
– Overall: Bridgestone DriveGuard adds run-flat technology to what is already a great Grand Touring All-Season tire
The Bridgestone DriveGuard’s run flat extended mobility feature gives drivers of passenger vehicles a back-up plan when facing the dangers of a flat tire. And while it’s not without a little bit of penalty in ride quality and fuel consumption, the Bridgestone DriveGuard opens up a new door for drivers looking for peace of mind while on long trips. In addition to a small inconvenience in ride comfort, Bridgestone DriveGuard doesn’t provide the winter performance motorists in the snow belt will be expecting.
Back in the19 80s when run-flat tires first reached the market, the idea of common passenger cars riding on high-tech run-flats seemed out of the imagination. Perseverance and ongoing technology has made that dream come true. Bridgestone is hoping their high-tech run-flat tires will advance to the stage that in the future every vehicle will ride on them. W e will have to wait and see.
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