Bridgestone Run-Flat Technology tyres let you keep on driving for more than 80 km at 80 km/h, in the event of a sudden loss of air pressure, as determined by vehicle test and/or ISO tests. Consult your vehicle owner’s manual for actual running distances for your vehicle.
RFT available in certain sizes, please provide tyre size for full details
All passenger tyres sold in the EU must be labelled with an official label, grading wet grip, fuel efficiency and external noise.
A (best) - G (worst)
A (best) - G (worst)
1 wave (low) - 3 waves (high)
Please select speed and load index to display EU label.
Tyre pressure varies according to the load or weight you carry in your vehicle. Bridgestone makes every effort to provide correct tyre pressure information, but cannot guarantee accuracy. Always consult your vehicle owner’s manual before inflating your tyres.
Front/rear unloaded: Unloaded tyre pressure applies when you do not carry extra load or weight in your vehicle. Always consult your vehicle owner’s manual before inflating your tyres.
Front/rear loaded: Loaded tyre pressure applies when you carry extra load or weight in your vehicle. Always consult your vehicle owner’s manual before inflating your tyres.
If you select the right tyre size for your car, we can give you even better results
The width of the tyre indicated in millimeters, measured from sidewall to sidewall.
Aspect ratio describes the height of the sidewall as a percentage of the width of the tyre. Touring tyres usually have a higher aspect ratio, indicating a higher sidewall and resulting in a smoother ride. High performance tyres usually have a lower aspect ratio, resulting in better lateral stability.
This number specifies the outer edge of a wheel, holding the tyre, measured in inches.
A numerical code associated with the maximum load a tyre can carry at the speed indicated by its Speed index. A higher number indicates that the tire has a higher load capacity.
The letter indicating the maximum speed at which the tyre can carry a load corresponding to its Load Index.
They sure don’t make winters like they used to! Which is why Bridgestone doesn’t make winter tyres like they used to either.