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Car and Driver presents How To: Bulletproof a Car. Read expert vehicle reviews and award-winning feature content at Car and Driver. Conventional run-flat tires can't stand up to gunfire
The SEMA show always has amazing over the top cars. This year I got to see a set of wheels I previously had only seen on the internet as prototype for the military. Bullet proof wheels!!!! The
All Discussions Screenshots Broadcasts Videos News Guides Reviews They don't make bullet proof wheels, I prefer to use bullet proof tyres/tires as this is the place the air escapes from. #6 < > Showing 1-6 of 6 comments . Per page: 15 30 50.
At the same time, a Wisconsin engineering company, Resilient Technologies, has come out with their own "airless tire" for military, slow-moving, and off-road applications. These tires are bulletproof, can withstand the force of explosions, gunfire, extreme terrain, Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) and have a maximum speed of 25mph.
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Run Flat Tires Added Option Description . Run-flat tires will carry you, safely, for 50 miles (80 kilometers) at approximately 70 miles per hour (100 kilometers an hour) - depending on road conditions. This is generally much more adequate than is required to escape or leave a dangerous situation to a "safe zone".