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Bridgestone's DriveGuard Is Safe to Drive After A Flat

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Bridgestone's DriveGuard Is Safe to Drive After A Flat

The new DriveGuard tire lets motorists drive up to 50 miles to safety after a flat at up to 50 mph, according to Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations LLC.

This touring tire delivers outstanding all-season performance, a quiet ride and confident handling.

After a puncture, the reinforced sidewalls hold their shape and support the weight of the vehicle, while Bridgestone's Cooling Fin Technology helps resist friction and redistribute heat.

DriveGuard tires are designed for vehicles equipped with a Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS).

The DriveGuard tire is backed by Bridgestone’s 60,000 mile limited treadwear warranty and a Buy & Try, 30-Day Guarantee. It’s available in 36 sizes.

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