This post is sponsored by Discount Tire, but all opinions are my own.
A few months ago I moved from FL to WA and to get my car prepped for the journey I got a new set of tires from Discount Tire. The tires I got were the Bridgestone DriveGuard and while I was getting them installed the manager of the store told me that these tires are engineered to drive 50 miles at up to 50 MPH on a flat. Going on a long journey or even everyday driving could cause you to get a flat and knowing that you are covered in that way delivers peace of mind that is priceless.
It has been 90 days since I got them installed and they are still in perfect condition. I live on a gravel road and it kicks up a lot of dust so they may look a little dirty, but they are still amazing and have a ton of tread; in that regard they still look like new.
I haven’t had a flat tire or anything like that to report but like I already mentioned, the road I live on is a gravel road so that means I drive over a ton of sharp rocks every day and punctures are a very real possibility. Everyday life is full of these little “danger zones” like pot holes, broken curbs, construction zones. They can all do major damage to your tires but knowing that I have DriveGuards on my car make me feel better about the outcome if any of those situations were to occur.
I got an email a couple days ago that told me to come in to get my tires checked so I looked up where my nearest store was and it was just a city over. I think it is awesome that my tire place in FL is also located all the way across the United States in WA! It makes getting things like this taken care of so much more convenient, and if you are anything like me a little more convenience is always welcomed!
Tell me in the comments below: What sort of obstacles have you had to deal with on the roads you drive everyday? Broken roads, sharp rocks, or just the random construction zone? Also, do you have a Discount Tire in your area? Find out on their store locator.
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