The birth of Bridjit Curb Ramps – why curb ramps are needed

Many North American housing developments constructed after 1980 include curbs, gutters and streets that were installed prior to the actual building of houses. This method was a way for developers to save money by eliminating the need for pre-planning the actual placement of driveways and for more expensive, swale-type driveway entrances. The problem, however, is that this “rollover” curb design is hard on vehicles including everything from cars, trucks and RVs to boats, motorcycles and golf carts. You know that feeling  the one where the undercarriage of your car scrapes the top of the driveway when you back out, or the bone jarring shock as you to pull into the driveway? Doesn’t it make you cringe to hear that steely scrape or feel that harsh drop?

This type of impact can be very destructive to drivers and passengers and to the vehicles themselves. It can misalign the wheels, causing extensive tire wear and increased gas usage, and damage the steering components and the wheels.

To stop this kind of destruction, the experts at Bridjit created an innovative product that bridges the gap between the street and your blunt driveway curb entry. Our driveway curb ramps allow drivers to smoothly roll over troublesome curbs. Manufactured in three-piece sections, Bridjit Curb Ramps are made from 90% recycled crumb rubber from recycled tires. They bolt together – not to the ground – fit the shape of your curb, and are easy to install. For only $299 for the initial 3- 4ft sections and $90 per additional section (we recommend three to four, depending on the size of your driveway) plus shipping, you can save the life of your vehicle. For more info., visit us online or call us today at 877-522-6611 and find out how we can reduce the jar to your car by up to 80% with Bridjit Curb Ramps.

Made in the USA from recycled tires.

Bridjit Curb Ramps