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Concrete Driveway Curb Ramps - Pros and Cons

Is there a rolled curb below your driveway? If so, you're probably familiar with bottoming out, slowly backing up, and testing your shocks daily. One solution to this problem is to pour your own concrete ramp: build a simple form, lay down a piece of pipe for water to flow thru, and mix up some [...]

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3 Things to Think About Before Lowering Your "Weekend" Car

If you're seriously considering lowering your weekend vehicle, you're probably thinking about improved cornering ability and a nicer looking stance. A "small" drop of an inch or two is a great way to make most cars handle better, and a lot of the lowering kits available for performance vehicles also include upgraded shocks better suited [...]

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7 Things Every New Corvette Owner Should Have

Congratulations on your new Corvette! With your purchase, you've not only proven to have exceptional taste in automobiles, but you've also taken on the responsibility of upholding the great Corvette name. Check out these 7 things that will make the time with your Corvette more fulfilling: Swag  We use the term “swag” here loosely, and we really [...]

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5 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. With each American contributing approximately four tires per year to our landfills (270,000,000 [...]

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5 Easy Ways to Conserve Gas

Though the fuel crisis and skyrocketing gas prices seem to have passed, it is still important to reduce our gas consumption to protect our environment and conserve resources for future generations. Here are 5 easy ways for you to conserve gas and save money. 1. Travel less. This gas-saving method can be implemented in a [...]

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Stop Bottoming Out

Did you know that most housing developments built in North America after 1980 were built with roll-over curb driveways? You may have felt the bottom of your car scrape along the pavement as you drive over them. Bridjit Curb Ramps has effectively designed a high-quality, green solution that ends both passenger jarring and the underside [...]

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3 Ways to Protect Your Assets with BRIDJIT Curb Ramps

Whether you've purchased your vehicle or are leasing it, that car or SUV is an asset. It's your mode of transportation and, most likely, even more. Protecting your car saves you money. One easy way to do this is by installing a set of Bridjit’s curb ramps to protect all of your vehicles, whether they are [...]

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How BRIDJIT Ramps Are Installed - It's Easy

Prospective customers always ask us if our Bridjit curb ramps are easy to install. The answer is "yes!" This brief instructional video (2:45 minutes) will show you just how easy it is to install your new auto ramp set in minutes. You'll need a minimum amount of time and tools, and you're ready to roll!Check [...]

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Keep The Green Going: Recycle and Reuse

According to Bruce Davis of Tire Business, North America had $46.8 billion in tire sales during 2015. That's a lot of tires. Haven’t you sometimes wondered what happens to all those old tires you throw out? Unfortunately, the answer often is, “not much.” As many as 375 million of them wind up stockpiled at any given [...]

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Good Results at the National Hardware Show!... and Still Going Strong

In May 2009, Bridjit made its first appearance at the National Hardware Show in Las Vegas. We displayed our curb ramps and explained them to hardware and auto retailers around the country. Our product was so successful that we signed on with five well-known, reputable vendors to sell our product. Among our latest vendors are Griot's [...]

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