Every Bridgestone I’ve ever run got a puncture and went flat suddenly on the road. And the reason I mention that is- I always carry an aerostich inflator and a sticky string plug kit.
The last Bridgestone went flat at high speed, when I was on my way to my office. I spent 2 hours on the side of the road in sub freezing temps while I waited on the insurance company to get a tow truck to me.
No matter how I tried, using the aerostich pump and inspecting the tire, I could never find a puncture, yet the tire would not hold any pressure.
In a quiet garage with an air compressor, the leak was easy to find. On the side of the interstate with a minimalist pump, not so much. I could have saved hours if I’d had a can of fix a flat. And I’d have used that sonofabitch, goo or no goo.