Bridjit is now selling driveway curb ramps to 46 states!

Bridjit Curb Ramps is now selling to 46 states!At Bridjit Curb Ramps we are very happy to say that  we are now selling out to 46 states across the United States!  This proves that a major dillemma is happening across the US – We’ve now estimated that  there are 9 million rolled curb driveways across the United States and that number is growing!

If you’re getting bumped while entering your driveway, if you continually damaging the undercarriage of your car just pulling home after a long day of work, if you have a beautiful, low-slung car that just doesn’t work with your driveway – Feel free to learn more about Bridjit Curb Ramps to help with your bumpy curb!

The Rolled Curb Issue.

Bridjit Curb Ramps work great with classic Cars!A good portion of the North American housing developments built after 1980 utilized a less expensive rolled curb and gutter which in turn provides what was thought to be an acceptable driveway entry, without having to plan ahead for the driveway location. These rolled curbs were built to save the developers money and in concept was not a bad idea, just not a good design that would accommodate today’s lower slung cars and low profile tires.

It is estimated that over 9 million rolled curb driveway entries exist in the U.S. and Canada, and in most all cases can cause expensive vehicle damage and even physical injury to the occupants. In addition, wheels can be bent and steering component damaged, directly impacting wheel alignment, which in turn causes excess tire wear and increased fuel consumption. These rolled curbs seem like a great idea, but to who? Certainly not us.

Bridjit’s curb ramp was invented by John Curry after he purchased a home with a rolled curb driveway. “My neighbors and I experienced the daily annoyance of being jostled each time I entered or exited my driveway,” said Curry, the president and owner of Bridjit Curb Ramps Inc. “Instead of paying for an expensive modification to my driveway entry, ($2500 to $6000), my concept was to develop a low-impact, low cost driveway solution that would provide homeowners with a lower impact entry and exiting experience.”

Bridjit Curb Ramps are great Driveway Ramps

Made in the USA from recycled tires, Bridjit Curb Ramps are a high-quality “green” solution designed to help homeowners reduce the jolting and jarring that occurs when entering a driveway with a rolled curb entry and to eliminate underside vehicle damage. It is ideal for any type of vehicle, and particularly for enthusiasts with luxury, sports and classic cars, trailers, RV’s, converted vans, motorcycles, golf carts or other vehicles with a low underside clearance or an extended overhang. These affordable ramps are simple to install and come in four foot modular sections that allow segmenting around cul-de-sacs,fit any width driveway, and are bolted together, not to the concrete.

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Five Ways to Keep Tires out of Landfills

According to the Environmental Protection Agency, more than 290 million scrap tires are generated in the United States every year. While recycling tires has increased dramatically in recent years, the fact remains that there are too many used tires clogging our landfills. On the surface, this may not seem like a huge problem, but tire piles are more than just a nuisance – they are a health hazard. They attract pests like rodents who nest in them and mosquitoes that live in the stagnant rain water collected in the tires. In addition, if the tires catch fire, they produce black smoke and air pollutants, posing significant risks to humans, animals and the environment.

Fortunately, we can help to solve the problem by finding creative ways to recycle and reuse tire rubber. Here are five ways to keep tires out of landfills:

1. Curb ramps – Made from crumb rubber, auto curb ramps are used to bridge the gap from street to driveway in neighborhoods where rollover curbs make the transition difficult. In a three-piece curb bridge set, 12 tires are recycled.

2. Highway resurfacing – In several states crumb rubber is being mixed with recycled and virgin asphalt materials attaining a high reduction of internal vehicle noise as well as a reduction of highway noise in highly populated areas. This reduces the amount of limited resource virgin asphalt being used.

3. Highway sound barriers – Many states are now using sound barriers to protect neighborhoods from the loud noises produced by nearby highways. In northern Virginia, a sound barrier was developed using a mixture of concrete aggregate, cement, water and small pieces of shredded tires. Sounds are absorbed by this “Whisper Wall.”

4. Rubber surfacing – Rubber tires are being used as playground and running track surfacing. The resulting material is durable as well as soft, lessening the impact of a fall and reduces injury to runners. This same material is also being used as mulch in road medians or landscaping areas.

5. Tires as fuel – Scrap tires can be used as fuel in shredded form or whole to make tire-derived fuel (TDF). TDF produces the same amount of energy as oil and 25% more energy than coal, and is used as a supplemental fuel source to wood and coal. In 2003, 130 million scrap tires were used for fuel.

These solutions are typically utilized by manufacturers, construction companies and government entities in their zeal to cut costs and be environmentally-friendly. Consumers can help too by using and properly maintaining durable tires, purchasing used tires and retreads, and buying products made from recycled tires like tire swings, floor mats and curb ramps.

If you’d like an environmentally-friendly solution to annoying rollover curbs, visit We’ll show you how to reduce the jar to your car while using a product made from crumb rubber. Made in the USA, our auto curb ramps affordable, easy to install and good for the environment.

Our auto curb ramps reduce the jar to your car

Bumping up and down over rollover-style curbs can damage your vehicle and aggravate neck and back problems. Bridjit Curb Ramps solve the problem, easily and permanently.

Homeowners who have purchased these auto ramps tell us they would never go back to tolerating the jarring transition from street to driveway day after day. Made from recycled tire products, our auto ramps stand up to years of use and exposure to the elements. You’ll also find that these aesthetically-neutral car curb ramps can be installed in 15 minutes and don’t interfere with parallel parking, water drainage or maintenance. Bridjit is designed for years of easy, practical use, and the system is portable should you need to move.

We’re certain that this vehicle curb ramp will reduce the jar to your car and have you smiling as you smoothly enter and exit your driveway. Spend a few minutes reading our blog, customer testimonials and other information to see how well Bridjit can work for you. Have questions? Visit our website for more information or call us today at 877-522-6611.

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