I have picked up 5 nails/screws in my rear tires within 3 months.... There is a LOT of construction in my City, but I believe these tires could be better crafted to resist road debris? I never had problems with my previous BMW which had Bridgestones and I was living in the same neighborhood on the same roads with the same construction patterns.
PS, i had to give all 1s because nothing pertained to my issue.
Mixed feelings about this tire. Definitely comfortable and the most quiet tire I have driven on, summer or winter tire. Handling in dry and wet is decent. Tires do fell a bit squishy and at hwy speeds 100-120km/hr, can feel a bit of sway in the car requiring small adjustments in steering. On snow and ice, I would say average. Probably better than all season but will slip with harder acceleration and braking so cannot say they give me 100% confidence. I had Toyo Garit KX on a front wheel V6 Accord coupe (lots of power directed through front wheels) and I could accelerate with much less wheel spin than the all wheel drive BMW and brake on ice at much shorter distance. Trade off was that the Toyos were incredibly noisy and firmer ride. I would have thought the Michelin would be better than the Toyo but for performance on snow and ice, the Toyos were much better.