Check your order status
Enter your order number and your surname or VAT number.

Check order status

Check order status

Bridgestone Tyres

Manufacturer's rating
3.9
based on 2991 reviews
Set height
Set diameter

Bridgestone's mission statement is "Serving Society with Superior Quality". With this statement in mind, the Japanese company produces tyres using cutting-edge technology and, as a result, its tyres are considered to be in the premium market segment. These tyres win numerous prizes in tyre tests carried out by leading organisations and motoring magazines.

The manufacturer's operations have been recognised on a number of occasions, with the company being voted Tyre Manufacturer of the Year in various categories. Bridgestone offers different types of tyres, includingcar tyres, van tyres, 4x4 tyres, motorcycle tyres, sports tyres, lorry tyres and agricultural tyres. The company also produces car parts and even equipment for various sports. Bridgestone tyres are fitted as original equipment for passenger cars manufactured by Volkswagen, Ford, BMW, Mercedes, GM, Peugeot, Renault, Toyota and Fiat, as well as lorries made by Mercedes, Renault, Volvo, Scania, MAN, DAF and Iveco.

You should buy Bridgestone tyres if you're looking for innovation, maximum grip and supreme driving comfort. This is Japanese technology for the most discerning drivers.


Interesting facts:

Bridgestone was founded in 1931 by Shojiro Ishibashi, whose surname means "Stone Bridge", which is where the company got its name.

The business is the world's largest manufacturer of tyres and rubber products. It has over 140 factories in more than 20 countries around the world.

The Bridgestone factory based in the US state of North Carolina has achieved zero waste to landfill. This shows how much the Japanese company focuses on protecting the environment when producing its tyres.

Bridgestone was a tyre supplier for Formula 1 for 14 years; it was also the sole tyre supplier to MotoGP for several years and it actively participates in the SuperGP races. The brand is strongly associated with motorsports.

Bridgestone tyres for the summer season

Bridgestone tyres for all seasons

History of the brand Bridgestone

The logo of brand Bridgestone   When in the early 1930s Shojiro Ishibashi laid the foundations for what would become a global tyre superpower, he knew that its name would be of key importance. Because in those times products from America and Britain enjoyed an excellent reputation, Ishibashi applied a rather cunning stratagem. He translated his name literally into English, and in the resulting phrase “stone bridge” switched the order of the words... And thus Bridgestone was born. Historical picture of one of the olders Bridgestone shops Shoes, golf balls and tyres Before Shojiro opted to invest in the tyre industry, he ran a prosperous business with his brother in the town of Kuruje on the island of Kyushu, producing the traditional Japanese footwear called tabi. Ishibashi made a tidy fortune when he launched rubber soles onto the market in 1925. He again displayed superb business intuition a few years later, when in  1930 he produced his first tyre, and a year later founded Bridgestone Tire Co. Ltd. He thus became the first Japanese manufacturer of tyres for the country’s infant motoring sector. The tyres were produced in the new Kuruma factory. However, to meet the growing demand in the Tokyo region, in 1937 Ishibashi moved his firm’s headquarters to Japan’s capital city. All the time ... Read more >

Our customer's opinions:
  • Lucas 4.7

    Bridgestone Potenza Adrenalin RE002

    Most of the tyres I used in my life were from Bridgestone and Michelin. For winter I have Firestone Winterhawk 2 Evo. They are great. And that's why I chose Bridgestone Potenza Adrenalin RE002 for summer. Because I have quite a dynamic engine, I chose the size 215/45R17. Every year I do about 25 thousand miles, so there was no way of buying tyres from an unknown company. The parameters of the tyres already speak for themselves. The tread looks brilliant. When it comes to driving properties, no corner is now a challenge. A 650 mile route on German roads was really smooth with these tyres. As for the local roads, you need to be a bit more careful.The most pleasant surprise for me was the fuel More > consumption, which got reduced, compared to 205/55R16 wheels I bought my car with. They are alsy very quiet, almost inaudible. I highly recommend Bridgestone Potenza Adrenalin RE002 - this is a tyre definitely worth buying!
  • Charles 4.1

    Bridgestone Turanza ER300

    I've been using these tyres for a few seasons now. I bought them after reading numerous reviews, as well as due to very good assessments in summer tyre tests. Pros: The tyre's hard, grips well in the corners, both on wet and dry which does the job with an aggressive driving style. Very durable, nothing happens to them. Cons: because the tyre's hard, every bump can be felt, rolling resistance is average, after about 24 000 miles its parameters are not as good as in the beginning, but still do the job. An additional drawback is the financial aspect, because the price is too high as for now. Conclusion: if you are looking for a good, durable tyre and like aggressive driving style, Bridgestone More > Turanza ER300 is for you, but if you prefer to drive economically and comfortably, a better solution would be eg. a Michelin Energy Saver.
  • Marek 4.6

    Bridgestone Potenza Adrenalin RE002

    very good tire complementary precise system kierwoniczy sporting characteristics of the car and suspension, cornering on dry / wet I drive without removing your foot off the gas, the whole fun as any price they want to keep the car on track. Confirm speakers - hard sides but not felt dyskmofortem only as an advantage in running, especially when cornering. Max speed above 200km / h remain unmoved. They are tough, well-elect inequality but holes feel "badly", exactly go hand in hand with the suspension KYB Ultra SR in this regard. Braking without uwag.Trochę loud. They are so good that compensate for changing to a larger size 17 ", for me there's no need. I would recommend More > to anyone - especially those who like to" swallow "turns crossing at high speed.
  • Arthur 4.6

    Bridgestone Turanza ER300

    I did about 12 thousand miles on these tyres and so far I am very satisfied. The most important thing to me was that the tyre had to be the most effective in braking on wet and... I wasn't disappointed! As for me, they behave sensationally on wet. I even did some "try-out" braking on wet and I hit the brake pedal to the floor at about 50 MPH. On smooth, wet pavement my car stopped almost on the spot. ABS switched on as usual, but only for a brief moment. Another anvantage is the handling in the corners... excellent on dry, very good on wet. I'm just waiting to see how many miles I will do on them, because so far they appear to have little wear. The drawback for me is handling in the ruts. More > You have to hold the steering wheel firmly because it may sverve when coming out of a rut. But for me it's not a problem, and a big advantage is excellent braking on wet. I know that if they last 30 thousand miles, the next purchase will be Birdgestone Turanza ER300 again!
Find your Bridgestone tyre