Bridgestone Driveguard

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Bridgestone Driveguard

Post by neilmcl » Fri Sep 29, 2017 8:36 pm

I was reading a couple of reviews about the new Bridgestone Driveguard tyres after seeing them advertised on Blackcircles and was wondering if anyone had replaced their existing RFTs with them yet. Everything I've read seems to suggest they're closer to a standard tyre in terms of comfort etc and they're definitely cheaper than the Potenza equivalents.
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Re: Bridgestone Driveguard

Post by NARD » Sat Sep 30, 2017 7:25 am

Funnily enough I changed all four tyres on my car yesterday. Tried to get hold of the Driveguards but they didn't come in my sizes:
215/40/18 & 245/35/18.
I asked the tyre fitter about them and he said he only knows 1 customer who has them and absolutley loves them.

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Re: Bridgestone Driveguard

Post by robbg » Wed Dec 20, 2017 9:13 pm

I have just replaced Contisports (1 knackered by a pothole) with Bridgestone DriveGuards, which are much quieter and more comfortable. There is not much difference in feel, and the official grip figures are good. I will have to see how fast they wear, but I'm not too bothered as they are not that expensive. (220d Sport Auto)

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