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Bridgestone DriveGuard tyres offer run flat safety

Drivers can maintain control for up to 80 kilometres - even after a puncture

24th January, 2016

Bridgestone has launched its new DriveGuard run-flat tyre

Bridgestone has launched its new DriveGuard run-flat tyre into the European market. DriveGuard tyres are, according to Eduardo Minardi, executive chairman of Bridgestone EMEA, “a top notch touring tyre, not just another run flat”.

Designed using a silica-enhanced patented compound, DriveGuard tyres have a cooling fin feature in the sidewall. This reduces heat build-up, caused by friction as the tyre looses pressure, by redistributing air flow around the tyre; channelling it from the...

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