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Bridgestone DriveGuard

By: Carl Laron on September 21, 2017

Bottom Line For cars that have run-flats as original equipment, or for anyone who wants the security of a tire that won't leave them fumbling with a spare on a dark night or a rainy day, the Bridgestone DriveGuard is an easy choice among run-flat tires.
Pros
  • Wide range of sizes
  • Affordable, for run-flats
  • Good performance on dry/wet pavement
  • 50-mile run-flat capability
Cons
  • Below average in ice-braking
  • A bit noisy