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Bridgestone are a highly respected Japanese tyre manufacturer, best known for their production of premium tyres. They are a global leader in the industry, providing sustainable mobility and advanced solutions.

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Popular Bridgestone Tyres

Bridgestone Turanza T005

Turanza T005

A high performance car tyre, developed to deliver an enjoyable driving experience.

  • Strong wet grip
  • Reliable handling
  • Long tread life
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£79.50 to £313.94

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Bridgestone S001 Tyres
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Potenza S001

The Bridgestone S001 redefines the Potenza series with a Formula 1 precision handling Ultra High Performance tyre which offers outstanding grip in the wet and dry conditions.

  • Top performance in wet & dry weather
  • High grip for maximum cornering control
  • Slant grooves for aquaplaning resistance
Prices from:

£106.19 to £368.36

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Bridgestone RE050A


Bridgestone Potenza RE050A is an ultra high performance tyre designed for passenger cars.

  • Reduced noise levels 
  • Excellent handling
  • High speed performance
Prices from:

£128.40 to £343.14

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Bridgestone Dueler H/P Sport

Dueler H/P Sport

The D-Sport H/P is designed to live up to the high performance standards of premium Sport 4x4s or SUVs.

  • Superb performance in the wet
  • Confident handling in both dry and wet conditions
  • Low noise levels for smooth and comfortable ride
Prices from:

£129.88 to £349.81

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Bridgestone Tire Co., Ltd was founded back in 1931. Realising the future potential market of tyres for passenger cars and the international development of the business, founder Shojiro Ishibashi used an English translation of his surname to name the company.

As the automobile industry grew, Bridgestone expanded in kind to become Japan’s biggest tyre manufacturer. In 1988 they purchased The Firestone Tire & Rubber Company – an American manufacturer with a good reputation and its own distinct history.

This led to Bridgestone to becoming a global leader providing sustainable mobility and advanced solutions. They have since then created a global team dedicated to producing the highest levels of quality, service and technology.

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A tyre which provides high-level balanced performance and outstanding wet grip for the executive motorist.

Prices from £145.21

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A001 Weather Control

The A001 Weather Control boasts superb performance in the wet with reduced risk of aquaplaning. With a special all-weather compound, it is a perfect choise for all year round use.

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The Turanza ER30 is best suited to luxury vehicles. The ER30 tyre is designed to offer both a smooth and quiet driving experience.

Prices from £202.08 to £246.67

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Blizzak LM005

The winter tyre has been designed to deliver outstanding performance on snow and ice.

Prices from £85.43 to £340.45

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Potenza RE031

The Potenza RE031 incorporates sports performance with ride comfort. Original equipment (OE) on the Lexus RX330.

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Duravis R660

The Bridgestone Duravis R660 is a van tyre designed for use on large vans and medium to heavy good vehicles.

Prices from £116.21 to £214.33

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Potenza RE070 tyres have been chosen as original equipment on the ultra-high performance Subaru Impreza WRX-STi.

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Designed for small to medium vehicles the B391 provides a high handling and braking performance on both wet and dry surfaces.

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The R630 features an advanced tread design, giving it outstanding control in wet conditions.

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The Bridgestone B381 steel belted radial is a "all season" tyre designed for family saloons.

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Dueler H/L 400

The Dueler D400 is designed to provide a quiet and comfortable ride for on-road drivers who want to get the most of their vehicles.

Prices from £191.16 to £249.67

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Turanza EL42 tyres are designed to provide complete control without compromising comfort.

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Developed for use on new cars and light trucks.

Prices from £127.32 to £217.39

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Dueler H/L 33

The Bridgestone Dueler H/L 33 is a premium SUV and 4x4 summer tyre, delivering superb driver comfort and the highest levels of performance.

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Battlax S21

The Bridgestone Battlax S21 is a motorbike tyre developed for superior cornering and high mileage.

Prices from £106.57 to £157.94

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The R410 tyre has been designed to reduce rolling resistance to improve fuel efficiency.

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Part of the B-Series, this tyre delivers a safe, reliable performance for smaller hatchbacks and saloon cars.

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Ecopia EP001S

The Ecopia EP001S is the flagship product of the Ecopia range. Provides vehicles with excellent performance in wet conditions.

Prices from £91.88 to £105.41

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Blizzak LM-80 EVO (Winter Tyre)

The Bridgestone Blizzak LM-80 EVO (Winter Tyre) 4x4 Tyres are 4x4 Tyres that come in 49 different variants. The Blizzak LM-80 EVO (Winter Tyre) model comes in a variety of rim sizes ranging from 15 to 20 inch. The Blizzak LM-80 EVO (Winter Tyre) model range has been officially tested and has a wet grip rating of C. The Bridgestone Blizzak LM-80 EVO (Winter Tyre) model has a fuel rating ranging from C to E. This Bridgestone model has noise ratings that range from a 68 to a 73. This tyre is classified as a winter tyre. The special compound in winter tyres allows them to remain softer in low temperatures - offering more grip, better braking and precise handling. Get these tyres online now.

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Frequent Asked Questions

Who owns Bridgestone tyres?

Bridgestone are primarily owned by the Master Trust Bank of Japan and the Ishibashi Foundation. As of 2022, the Master Trust Bank of Japan are identified as the major shareholder in the company, with members of the founding family of Bridgestone Ishibashi being the second largest shareholder.

Who and where do Bridgestone tyres get manufactured?

Bridgestone's main headquarters are based in Tokyo. Although Bridgestone originated from Japan, their 3 main reigional head offices are located in the United States, Belgium, and Signapore. Bridgstone also operate in 130 countries worldwide, which include the likes of the Japan, Spain, Belgium, and China.

Is it Bridgestone tyres or Bridgestone tires?

The spelling of tyres/tires differs between the use of British English, and American English. For example, when Bridgestone are operating in the United Kingdom the company will brand their products as 'Bridgestone tyres', whereas in the United States, they would be referred to as 'Bridgestone tires'.

Understanding Bridgestone tyre codes

The markings on a tyre provide useful information for selection, including width, aspect ratio, load and speed ratings, construction type, and wheel diameter. Additionally, the brand name, range, and details on tyre pressure, wear indicators, and suitability for winter conditions are included. 'Tubeless' indicates that an inner tube is not required, while 'tube type' signifies its need. The presence of OE markings means the tyre was specifically made for a particular car model.

How to identify Bridgestone run flat tyres?

Bridgestone produces a number of models which may come as a Run Flat tyre. Bridgestone signify that a particular model is a Run Flat tyre by printing RFT on the sidewall of the tyre.

Can Bridgestone run flats be repaired?

The repair of run flat tyres depends on the extent of the damage. In general, it is not recommended to repair run flat tyres, as they are designed to support the vehicle's weight in the event of a puncture. However, if the puncture is small and located in the tread area, it may be possible to repair the tyre.

Is Bridgestone tyres British?

No, Bridgestone are not British. They are a Japanese company, with their Headquarters based in Chuo City, Tokyo. The name 'Bridgestone' is the English translation of founder, Shojiro Ishibashi's surname.