Are Bridgestone tires any good. Has anyone had them or currently have them. If so how were they/how are they. Thanks
Yes I have had Bridgestone tyres before, several different models in fact. However, I have never bought tyres (and they are basically never advertised here in this manner) on a "stated mileage" - they have a treadwear indicator on the sidewall which gives me an idea as to how quickly they will wear but the actual life will be heavily dependent on the driving style.Have you ever had Bridgestone tires before. If so how were they. Did you get the stated mileage out of them or they fell short. Just asking. Thanks
It's not a matter of brand but models. Any manufacturer have tires models that last more or less than others. Categories (summer, all season, all weather, winter ice, winter snow) will also perform differently. As far as mileage rating, it's like mpg rating. Your results will vary. So the first step would be to determine what type/category of tires you need for your type of driving and what different brands offer specifically for that kind of usage. It would then be easier and more pertinent to compare than just going by a brand that produce an awful variety of tires.Why do Bridgestone tire wear so fast. I don’t get it.
Could be "all seasons" if only for light snow moderate cold or "all weather" if colder temperature. For "real" cold temperatures, a second set of winter tires is preferable.I am looking for a good tire for dry, wet and snow conditions. Corolla daily driver. 215/45 r17. Thanks
The term "protagonist" is used to describe the main player character in a story (books, plays, games, movies etc). However, my specific reference is the name of the main character from a famous cyber-punk book called Snow Crash - his name is Hiro Protagonist, the joke being that his first name (a common Japanese name, in this case shortened from Hiroaki) is a homophone for the English word "hero" and he is literally the hero and the protagonist of the story.Hiro protagonists. What game is that from. It sounds familiar
Had some over the years on different cars… Rather conservative driving style. Also user of winter tires as all-seasons may be somewhat ok in snow but considerably lose grip in any conditions including dry as temperature get below freezing point.Jolly. What tires do you have in Canada weather.