Key benefits explained
Designed for any passenger car with a Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS). When the indicator on your dashboard lights up, you can safely continue driving for 80 km at up to 80 km/h*.
This makes Bridgestone DriveGuard the ideal companion for just about any situation on the road.
The innovative Bridgestone DriveGuard technology allows you to maintain control after a puncture and safely continue driving for 80 km at up to 80 km/h* until it’s safe to either repair or replace your tyre.
Bridgestone DriveGuard tyres are classified Wet Grip A in EU labelling, the highest wet grip performance with short braking distances*.
Key technologies explained
Thanks to our proprietary patented high-tech cooling fin design, Bridgestone DriveGuard tyres redistribute heat and friction after a puncture, so you can keep driving up to 80 km* even after a complete loss of air pressure.
Bridgestone DriveGuard helps protect you against all types of punctures that are waiting on the road.
It doesn’t matter whether a sharp piece of glass slices the outside edge, or a pointed nail pierces the centre tread — Bridgestone DriveGuard tyres will help you continue driving for 80 km at up to 80 km/h.*
* Driving distance after a puncture may vary depending on vehicle load, outside temperature, and when the TPMS is triggered. Bridgestone DriveGuard tyres are classified Wet Grip A in EU labeling. DriveGuard tyres are currently not available for vans, and are only available for cars equipped with a Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS).
** Bridgestone DriveGuard ranks high in the following TÜV SÜD criteria compared to 3 competing conventional tyres: straight aquaplaning, aquaplaning in curve, dry braking, and lateral wet grip. It ranks at par with competitors with respect to wet braking and pass by noise, and is comparable in comfort. Test performed in November 2015 by TÜV SÜD Product Service GmbH (Report No. 713073923-5 – Tyre size 225/45 R17).