How long is the warranty on Bridgestone tires?
Coverage extends up to 5 years from the date of purchase—proof of purchase date required. Without proof of purchase date, then 6 years from the date of tire manufacture. During this period, the tire will be replaced for a pro-rated amount.
How many miles can you get on a Bridgestone tire?
The average warranty that comes with new Bridgestone tires is 50,000 miles. However, some of its all-season and touring models come with longer 65,000-mile tread life warranties.
How many miles is a good tire warranty?
Tread-life limited warranties
Protects you against prematurely reaching the tiremaker’s tread-life rating, generally set between 40,000–100,000 miles. Virtually every tiremaker offers some type of prorated tread-life warranty.