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.

Learn More about Bridjit Curb Ramps and see how they can help you.

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Bridjit to Participate in National Hardware Show in May

Bridjit Curb Ramps is excited to be a part of the upcoming National Hardware Show to be held at the Las Vegas Convention Center from May 5 to May 7, 2009. This annual event is targeted at hardware retailers like Ace Hardware, Lowe’s and Home Depot as well as mom-and-pop hardware chains and individual stores to show them the latest and greatest in consumer trends, new products, energy savers, green alternatives and more.

Bridjit Curb Ramps will be in Booth #31320 (to the left of the Royal United booth and near the front entrance of the Hardware & Tools section) to show hardware experts how useful our curb ramps are in protecting vehicles from those harsh rollover curbs that so many newer housing developments are using. With our new space-saving retail display, we are excited to show our curb ramps to this knowledgeable and enthusiastic retail audience. We know their customers are going to love them!

If you are a retailer interested in Bridjit’s auto curb ramps, be sure to stop by and say “hi.”
See you in Vegas!

Made in the USA from recycled tires.

Bridjit Curb Ramps
877-522-6611
www.bridjit.com

What is “Bridjit”?

A prospective customer recently asked this question:

Q. What is “Bridjit”?

A. Bridjit is the brand name of an innovative auto curb ramp product that bridges the gap between the street and your blunt driveway curb entry. By installing these custom curb ramps to your rollover curb style driveway, you can reduce the jar to your car and minimize wear and tear. Made in the USA, Bridjit curb ramps are an environmentally friendly “green” product, made from recycled tires. For more information on Bridjit, visit us online at www.Bridjit.com. Reduce the jar to your car today!

Made in the USA from recycled tires.

Bridjit Curb Ramps
877-522-6611
www.Bridjit.com

Can I still parallel park with these curb and gutter ramps?

Yes! Each set of Bridjit discount curb ramps has sloped ends to ease your vehicle up and over as you parallel park or drive over the car ramps. Visit Bridjit.com now to learn more about our durable driveway solution, made in the USA from recycled tires.

Made in the USA from recycled tires.

Bridjit Curb Ramps
877-522-6611
www.Bridjit.com

We are a green product company!

It’s not too late for your holiday order!

Order by December 1 to ensure holiday delivery of your Bridjit Curb Ramps, ideal for the classic car collector, motorcycle enthusiast or recreational boater. These easy-to-install curb ramps will reduce the jar to that classic car, bike, motorcycle or RV by up to 80%, ensuring that your husband’s favorite possessions remain undamaged for years to come! Find us at www.bridjit.com or call us at 877-522-6611 to order yours now. We’ll ship them to arrive in time for Christmas.

Made in the USA from recycled tires.

Bridjit Curb Ramps
877-522-6611
www.bridjit.com

What are Bridjit Curb Ramps made of?

Bridjit Curb Ramps are an environmentally-friendly “green” product. Made in the U.S.A., our popular curb ramps are made from recycled crumb rubber from recycled tires. The curb ramps not only save wear and tear on your vehicles, but they make good use of discarded tires that would otherwise take up space in your local landfill.

Made in the USA from recycled tires.

Bridjit Curb Ramps
www.bridjit.com

Did you know your home’s rollover curb may be damaging your vehicle?

Do you have a driveway with a deep “rollover” curb that is hard to get over when pulling in or out of your driveway? Have you ever wondered what long-term effects these jarring scenarios have on your vehicles? In addition to being annoying, the damage to your car, truck or RV can be significant, affecting the frame of your car, its wheels, steering components, alignment , tire wear and, ultimately, decreasing gas mileage. Before we can correct the problem, however, we need to understand it.

These troublesome curbs started occurring in subdivisions built in North America after 1980 when developers installed extruded curbs and gutters and paved streets before the construction of the actual homes that would utilize them. This method saved developers money by eliminating the need for more expensive swale-type driveways and detailed planning, but it created curbs and gutters that were rounded but with a blunt top leading to the driveway.
Unfortunately, this design can cause significant damage to the underside of the vehicles that drive over them including cars, trucks, SUVs, RVs, motorcycles, trailered boats, golf carts and more. The jarring effect on the vehicle can also impact the driver and passengers. Despite the damage, developers continue to use this type of rollover curb design in new neighborhoods nationwide.

To save the wear and tear to your vehicles and reduce the “jar to your car,” there are several potential solutions to consider:

1) Demolish your driveway entry and curb, and reconstruct a smoother entry. Pros: permanent correction of the rollover curb. Cons: expense, potential difficulty getting approval from your local municipality and homeowner’s association for a design change.

2) Fill in the rollover curb with cement, asphalt or steel so that the steepness of the rollover curb is lessened. Pros: relatively easy to implement. Cons: Against code, permanent, noisy, can be a trip hazard, and very heavy to move for maintenance.

3) Purchase curb ramps specifically designed to fit into the curb and gutter to create a smooth transition from your driveway to the street. Pros: convenient, inexpensive, made of recycled materials, made in the USA, water and debris flow freely underneath, sturdy but movable. Cons: Once you buy curb ramps, everyone in your neighborhood will want them.

Of course, the choice is yours as to how to best correct the problem. Whatever solution you choose, we encourage you to consider it wisely and to correct the problem soon. The long-term effects on your vehicles can be costly.

Made in the USA from recycled tires.

Bridjit Curb Ramps
www.bridjit.com

How do I know Bridjit Curb Ramps will fit?

Based on our research with makers of curb extrusion machines, most municipalities and counties adopt individual design standards for curbs in their area. We believe our design is a one-size-fits-all device for roll over style curbs from 4 to 7 inches high. To comply with municipal requirements, we recommend our initial 3-section ramp set, but some customers with a need for wider coverage have purchased additional 4 foot center sections as needed. Because the curb ramp sections bolt to each other and not to the ground, they are easy to install and are municipality/street-sweeper friendly.

Made in the USA from recycled tires.

Bridjit Curb Ramps
877-522-6611
www.bridjit.com

Our ad in Hemmings Auto

We are excited to be included in Hemmings’ next issue. Here’s a preview of our ad which shows how our curb ramps work. It also explains that they are easy to install, allow water to run underneath, and they are made in the U.S.A. from recycled materials.

Want more info.? Call us today at 877-522-6611.