Making everything from golf balls to tractor treads, Bridgestone is best known for making passenger car tires.
Founded in 1931, it might not sound like a Japanese brand, but it is. Founder Shojiro Ishibashi named the company after himself, using an English translation of his surname.
In 1988 the company grew to become a global powerhouse when it acquired The Firestone Tire & Rubber Company.
It has had a long history of involvement in motorsports, including both Formula 1 and IndyCar.
When it comes to off-road and all-terrain tires, the Dueler line of tires is a go-to solution for many. The brands new Dueler H/L Alenza Plus builds on the strong reputation of the original Dueler H/L Alenza, with all-season performance, a quiet and comfortable on-road ride, plus improved rolling resistance for better fuel economy. But perhaps the best option, for savvy tire shoppers is the 80,000 mile treadwear warranty.