Bridgestone Winter Blizzak LM 25 Snow Tires
Bridgestone Blizzak LM 25 winter tires come in two designs: Uni-T or 4x4 Uni-T.
It's important to research the size tire that is suitable to your car or truck and find the right size. You can find the correct tire size on the information panel on the inside of your driver's side door or in your vehicle's owner manual.
It's also important to purchase four tires at the same time. While it's tempting to save money and only buy two tires, non-matching tires do not provide the same handling as four matching winter tires. You run a higher risk of loss of control on icy or snowy roads if your tires do not match.
Information on Bridgestone Blizzak LM 25 Uni-T Winter Tires
The Bridgestone Blizzak LM 25 winter tires are great for passenger cars that drive through snow, ice and mud. The tread features the innovative, tiny 3-D Sipe grooves that boost traction. They also have deep grooves to help water drain off quickly preventing hydroplaning.
Bridgestone Blizzak LM 25 studless snow tires grip snowy roads and keep you from losing control in even the worst driving conditions.
Information on Bridgestone Blizzak LM 25 4x4 Uni-T Winter Tires
The Bridgestone Blizzak LM 25 4x4 Uni-T is designed for trucks and SUVs. The studless tires use a zig-zag tread pattern to improve traction. They also have wider grooves to allow water and slush to slip off the tire preventing hydroplaning and loss of grip in slushy or muddy conditions.
The winter tires are made from silica that cannot freeze up and become stiff. Flexible silica ensures the treads are flexible and adapt to changing road conditions. Plus, the silica is quiet so you avoid the noise and vibrations that most winter tires cause.
Warranty Coverage on Bridgestone Blizzak LM 25 Snow Tires
All Bridgestone Blizzak LM 25 snow tires come with a limited five-year warranty. The warranty coverage excludes the following situations:
If your tires do fail unexpectedly and without reason, you'll can seek a replacement.
- Contact with chemicals
- Damage from rocks, nails and other items laying in the road
- Failure to perform regular tire rotations
- Improper inflation of the tires
- Usage on commercial vehicles
- Use of run-flat sealant
- Used tires
- Weather wear after four years