TTAC Giveaway: Bridgestone Winter Tires

TTAC Staff
by TTAC Staff
ttac giveaway bridgestone winter tires

It's time for another TTAC Giveaway! This time, with winter fast approaching, it's time to once again work with Bridgestone to provide a lucky winner with a set of winter rubber, just in time for the snow to fly.

In this case, the winner gets a set of WeatherPeak tires. These all-season tourings give a strong grip in the wet and dry and also offer a quiet and comfortable ride.

Yes, all-season tires and winter tires are usually different, but these all-seasons are meant to tackle winter weather, thanks in part to sipes that evolve as the tire wears out. An open shoulder slot design moves water out of the tire's footprint. Full-depth 3D sipes offer "strong wear performance" and grip on snow-covered roads. The 3-Peak Mountain Snowflake-certified tires have ridges in the groove channel that compact snow and flow water away quickly. This improves traction and shortens stopping distances.

“The Bridgestone WeatherPeak tire leverages our latest technology innovations to push the all-season category to new heights,” said Ian McKenney, Senior Product Manager, Consumer Replacement Tire Sales and Marketing, Bridgestone Americas. “Drivers are increasingly looking for safe, yet practical tires that provide confident control for any season, weather or journey. The Bridgestone WeatherPeak tire provides a superior design to meet that demand and help drivers stay in control no matter the condition of the road.”

These tires stop 5 percent better than a top competitor, the Michelin CrossClimate 2, in the wet and 4 percent better in the dry, according to Bridgestone internal testing. These tires also stop 14 feet sooner in the snow than the Michelins and 30 feet sooner in the snow than Michelin Primacy Tour A/S all-seasons.

Bridgestone offers WeatherPeaks in 56 sizes that cover 87 percent of sedans, crossovers, and minivans on the market. Major models that can be fitted with these tires include the Audi Q5, BMW 3-Series, Honda Accord, Honda Odyssey, Jeep Cherokee, Toyota RAV4, and Volkswagen Golf.

The tires have a 70,000-mile limited warranty.

Click here to enter, and here to read the legal T's and C's. This contest will end at 5:00 PM Eastern Time on December 16th, 2022.

[Image: Bridgestone/TTAC]

Become a TTAC insider. Get the latest news, features, TTAC takes, and everything else that gets to the truth about cars first by subscribing to our newsletter.

Join the conversation
2 of 5 comments
  • ToolGuy ToolGuy 6 days ago

    I am angry with Bridgestone, because of Firestone. Who buys Firestone tires? (Besides my dad who put them on the car he gifted to me, and my son who now has three nice Pirellis and one crap tire from the Firestone store, because why would he listen to me.)

    Anyway, thanks for the offer, but I only take free stuff from the government now.

  • Redapple2 Redapple2 5 days ago

    Not valid in Canadia? Huh?

  • CoastieLenn I doubt anyone is surprised that China is ruining environments. IIRC, they're one of the largest NOx and CO producers in the world and they have 0 f's to give about it.
  • Freno Uconnect is one of the better ones out there. My 2016 and 2019 Ram Uconnects were rock solid and easy to use. Although, my 2022 Ram with Uconnect 5, which has switched to an android based platform, has had some bugs. (Such as losing all the radio presets every week or so). It seems to be fixed with the latest dealer update though.
  • Kcflyer I'm really liking the new Prius. Here's hoping they will bring back the wagonish variant of it
  • Bpscarguy We had a 2011 Chrysler T&C that had the older version of UConnect and never had an issue. Bought a 2022 Grand Cherokee L a few months ago to replace it and the UConnect system is fantastic. I also would add that how the screen is intergrated into the GCL - a nice waterfall type in the center stack - is SO MUCH better than some of the other ones out there (Explorer I am looking at you with your vertical tablet that looks like it was velcroed onto the dash)!
  • Zodec Not reaching for a touch screen is safer. If you have the ablity to learn my Mazda controller is the way to safer driving