Bridgestone Weather Control A005 DriveGuard features
Bridgetone Weather Control A005 DriveGuard is an all-season tyre for all conditions. The model is equipped with DriveGuard technology. After a puncture, it allows driving up to 80 km at 80 km/h.
Weather Control A005 DriveGuard is a tyre that can handle conditions the whole year round. It is based on a summer model, but thanks to the use of appropriate materials, it will be perfect for winter conditions. This is confirmed by the full winter homologation. The tyre is marked with a mountain peak and snowflake (3PMSF) symbol, which means that even in snow, the tyres will retain full grip. If you want to go to an Alpine country where winter approved tyres are required, there will be no problem.
Bridgetone Weather Control A005 DriveGuard is designed for cars with the TPMS pressure control system. In the event of air loss, the model can travel up to 80 km at 80 km/h. This is made possible by the tyre's rigid walls.
The Weather Control A005 tread is also an advantage, its shape resembling the letter V. It reduces fuel consumption and ensures that the tyre lasts for longer mileage. In addition, the weight of the car is better distributed.
Drivers are increasingly eager to use multi-season tyres. This is due to climate change and increasingly mild winters. Usually fewer kilometres can be driven on such tyres. However, this is not the case with Bridgetone Weather Control A005 DriveGuard. The company's research has shown that this tyre produces almost identical mileage to the Turanza T005 summer model. Tyres save money on changing tyres twice a season.
Bridgestone tyres with DriveGuardare intended for passenger cars equipped with TPMS. This technology (Tyre Pressure Monitoring System) informs the driver about the tyre pressure. In the event of irregularities, the light on the dashboard lights up.
DriveGuard technology allows driving up to 80 km at 80 km/h after a puncture. This is possible thanks to the reinforced side walls, which are able to support the weight of the car despite the loss of air.
Bridgestone is currently the world's largest manufacturer of tyres and rubber products. Its portfolio includes such brands as Firestone and Dayton. The company has as many as 59 tyre factories all over the world. Bridgestone tyres are quite often fitted as standard in cars. They are used, among others, by: Audi, BMW, Citroen, Ford, Honda, Lexus, Maserati, Mazda, Mercedes-Benz, Mini, Opel, SEAT, Skoda Auto, Suzuki, Peugeot, Toyota and Volkswagen.