Tyre Talk

How does DriveGuard work?

DriveGuard tyres are the result of innovative, dual technology: a reinforced sidewall to support the weight of your car even when there is no air in your tyre, and a proprietary cooling fin which helps prevent excess heating from friction.

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU GET A FLAT?

An ordinary tyre: quickly loses all its air and no longer offers any support for your vehicle.

An ordinary tyre: quickly loses all its air and no longer offers any support for your vehicle.

DriveGuard tyres also lose air. But thanks to the reinforced sidewalls, the car’s weight is nevertheless still supported.

DriveGuard tyres also lose air. But thanks to the reinforced sidewalls, the car’s weight is nevertheless still supported.

The additional friction a car produces when running on the reinforced sidewalls can cause heat build-up. The DriveGuard’s uniqe cooling fins help minimise heat build-up by redistributing the flow of air around the tyre.


Conclusion: with DriveGuard tyres, you can continue driving safely, even after getting a flat. For up to 50 miles and at maximum 50 miles per hour.


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 ¹ Driving distance after a puncture may vary depending on vehicle load, outside temperature, and when the Tyre Pressure Maintenance System is triggered.