The Bridgestone Corporation of Japan has been in business since 1931. Bridgestone is currently the largest manufacturer of tires in the world. Bridgestone operates 141 tire factories worldwide, spread across twenty-four different countries. In 1988, Bridgestone acquired the Firestone Tire and Rubber Company. In addition to automobile and truck tires, Bridgestone manufactures bicycles, aircraft tires and golf products.

High performance Bridgestone tires are available for virtually every type of car or truck and for every application. Popular Bridgestone models include the Blizzak, Dueler, Durvais and of course, the Potenza.

Bridgestone Blizzak tires are designed for winter use in snow and wet weather. Blizzak tires use a uni-directional tread pattern with super-slant grooves to reduce the risk of hydroplaning. Their rounder overall shape delivers better balance in wet and dry conditions. These tires meet the severe snow requirements of the Rubber Manufacturers Assocation.

Bridgestone's Dueler line of tires is made for use on light trucks and SUVs. Duelers are equally at home in wet, dry or snowy conditions. A compound known as Super EPC, an advanced tire technology, has anti-hardening properties to counteract the effects of heat on tires. Dual Layer Tread ensures a stable grip during wet weather even as the tire wears. Bridgestone's Consistent Surface Contact pattern of tread blocks is designed for uniform contact pressure to give excellent comfort and handling.

The Bridgestone Potenza series is designed for both domestic and imported performance vehicles. Potenza tires feature L.L. Carbon, a special form of molecular carbon black that gives Potenza improved tread wear and long life. Five Degree Noise Reduction produces noise-canceling sound waves to reduce tire noise on road surfaces. Bridgestone Rim Guard incorporates a raised rubber ridge to act as a bumper to protect your expensive wheels from curb rash.

Bridgestone tires are a quality fit for any car or truck. See your local Bridgestone dealer and check out their latest tire models.

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