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Whatever you drive, drive a Firestone
In 1900, Harvey S. Firestone, a friend of Henry Ford and Thomas Edison, decided that automobiles were the future. He moved to Akron, Ohio and started making tires in an old foundry. In 1906, Henry Ford chose Firestone tires as original equipment for his Model T. Not surprisingly, this helped the business take off, and soon it was well on its way to becoming the company we know today as Firestone.
In 1911, the first Indianapolis 500 race was held and the winning car was equipped with Firestone tires. It was the beginning of a long history of success: from 1920 to 1966, every Indy 500 winner was riding on Firestone tires.
Today's Firestone remains grounded on the same principles that guided Harvey S. Firestone: To continually innovate, to win the race, and to make the lives of people safer and easier. Current technological advances include COCS (Computer Optimized Component System), which uses a supercomputer to deliver the perfect combination of tread design, shape, materials, and construction, and Dual-Layer Tread, which helps tires maintain excellent wet performance and handling, even as they wear.
What people are saying
I am a rural carrier in the Adirondacks and have been delivering mail for 14 years. I have used almost every snow tire on the market, and the Firestone Winterforce is my favorite!! We had an ice storm where all travel was almost impossible. Other carriers couldn't even get to work and had to go in late. It was nothing for my car with these tires. Started my day on time and ended my day on time!! Couldn't be happier with these tires on my car! Ordering more now! On another note TireBuyer is fantastic! Fast and priced right buy all my tires here and always tell friends and family. Best prices going!
- Ricki from New York
I love my Firestone Precision Touring tires! They handle very well from dry, wet and into light snow. Even honestly when driving in slush, I have no issues. The tires are very quiet on my SUV and win an overall A+ from me. Being that I live in a state that can be 65 degrees one day and 20 degrees the next, the tires adapt well.
- Renee from Ohio