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Experience the benefits of DriveGuard for yourself. Put your name on a puncture and keep going till the end of the DriveGuard Quiz for your chance to win.
There's a puncture
waiting with your name on it. Next
After which type of puncture can you continue driving safely with DriveGuard tyres?
Nail piercing the centre tread
Metal cutting the outside
Driveguard tyres are designed for any passenger car with
TPMS*. When the indicator on your dashboard lights up, you can continue driving safely.
Driveguard tyres allow you to maintain control after a puncture. But at what maximum speed can you continue to drive safely?
The maximum speed after a puncture is higher. Please try again
Absolutely! You can safely drive up to
50mph. The maximum speed after a puncture is lower. Try again
- Hit the brake and release at your maximum speed -
Heavy rain? No problem! DriveGuard tyres offer you excellent wet control with short
Destination safely reached
Driving distance after a puncture may vary depending on vehicle load, outside temperature, and when the Tyre Pressure Monitoring System is triggered.
*Disclaimer: DriveGuard tyres are currently not available for vans, and are only available for cars equipped with a Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS). Driving distance after a puncture may vary depending on vehicle load, outside temperature, and when the TPMS is triggered.
Bridgestone DriveGuard tyres are classified Wet Grip A in EU labeling.
You are here
Right on! You can continue driving for
50m at up to 50mph until it's safe to either repair or replace your tyre.* Next
You can continue to drive safely up to 50mph, but what is the maximum distance you can travel after a puncture?
- Select a Bridgestone Garage -
Driving distance after a puncture may vary depending on vehicle load, outside temperature, and when the Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) is triggered.
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