So you realized the jostling you receive every time you enter and exit your driveway was way too much. You found Bridjit Curb Ramps through your neighbors or google, and, finally, the box with your curb ramps has arrived!
Watch this short video (2:45) that illustrates how exactly to install your Bridjit Curb Ramp. It’s pretty easy!
Chel was nice enough to leave the follow testimonial on our Facebook page:
I LOVE my ramps!! It has made my family’s life easier too! My Optima & my son’s Cobalt do not scrape the driveway, and my other son’s vintage caddy is able to get into the driveway. The Caddy’s first attempt into the driveway caused damaged to the front end. Now he is able to pull the car into the driveway with ease.
I had spine surgery six months ago and if it hadn’t been for my ramps I would have had a hefty walk (with a walker ) up the curb and driveway to the house from the hospital. (And I honestly feel my recovery time was minimized because I didn’t have the impact on my spine of the jolt getting in and out of the driveway).
Delivery truck drivers like them too – they can pull into my driveway to drop off packages without worrying about damaging their tires. When we have truck loads of landscaping materials to be delivered we move the ramps to another curb location to access the back yard and the trucks dump our material right on our property.
Our neighbors – they have to wheel barrel loads of material from the cul-de-sac where their deliveries sit because of a previous attempt resulting in a dump truck blowing a tire trying to enter their driveway.
These are a no brainer, I don’t know why I don’t see more people with them!
When people call us and tell us about just what their driveways do to their cars, we are always astounded. A quick search on YouTube clearly shows that this problem happens everywhere with all kinds of cars. First watch this Ferrari that goes up on 3 wheels just to back out! Crazy!
After 4 years in business and shipping out to 46 states, Bridjit Curb Ramps has made a decision to utilize FedEx services for most all shipments to our www.bridjit.com customers. Handling of our 50 pound packages on a daily basis is not an easy chore and FedEx has become a proven leader in providing quality on-time services which our customers can count on. We have experienced professional customer services from the FedEx team at their service centers, on the phone, and especially with their hardworking delivery folks. We do appreciate their help in making our company successful.
In 2005, approximately 299 million tires were produced in the United States. During that same year, approximately 255 scrap tires were converted to or processed into another use. Among those end uses are tire derived fuel which provides a cleaner alternative to coal as fuel, civil engineering projects like road and landfill construction, and ground rubber products such as playground surfaces, running tracks and Bridjit Curb Ramps to help your vehicle make an easy transition over troublesome rollover curbs.
By reusing old tires, we can protect our environment from excessive waste. With the use of our curb ramps, you can eliminate the “jar to your car” and maintain your gas mileage with an environmentally-friendly product made in the U.S.A. Now that’s a win-win!
For more information about Bridjit Curb Ramps, visit www.Bridjit.com today.
We are often asked how water flows in the curb gutters once the Bridjit Curb Ramps are installed. Here are two FAQs from our website which explain how they work together.
Q – How does BRIDJIT allow for flow of water? A – BRIDJIT has a full length 2 ½ inch waterway built into the underneath of the product, as well as angled ends which promote excessive water to flow out and around the device, cleaning out debris.
Q – How does Bridjit work if I have a storm sewer inlet/grate located within my driveway? A – Depending on the exact right-to-left location of the grate and depth of your driveway, Bridjit can still be utilized. You should never place the Bridjit ramp over the top of the grate. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for possible solutions and provide a picture of your driveway if possible.