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How to Protect Paint on Your 4-Wheeled Baby

Keeping your vehicle free of scratches and road rash is not just about an occasional wax coating (though that's a good first step.) There are ways to go beyond basic vehicle care that won't require too much of your time or effort, which we've outlined in our new infographic.

Protect Paint

Of course, we had to include the BRIDJIT Curb Ramp System in our top 10 list. All drivers, especially those with collector vehicles, sports cars, and those that tow trailers or recreational vehicles, know that rolled curbs are certain death for front bumper paint. With a ramp, you can avoid those scratches and related repairs and instead spend your time enjoying your shiny ride.

Why You Want a Portable Curb Ramp

When it comes to installing a curb ramp, you have two types of curb ramps to choose from: Permanent: A permanent, unmovable curb ramp like concrete or asphalt Portable: A curb ramp like BRIDJIT that isn’t permanently installed and can be moved around Out of these two options, a portable curb ramp is the better option. Here’s why:1. You Can Take [...]

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How to Save $1,500 on a Curb Ramp

Is that rolled curb at the end of your driveway the bane of your car’s existence? You’re not alone. Thousands of Americans are dealing with jarring rolled curbs that are, literally, a pain in the neck. Commonly, people tear out their old rolled curb and then put in a new concrete approach. Or they build [...]

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How to Bolt BRIDJIT Ramp Sections Together

The initial three piece set which provides 12 feet of driveway coverage, can be expanded to any width using additional 4 ft center sections for wider driveway entries.BRIDJIT curb ramps are a sturdy and reliable product. Like all automotive accessories, BRIDJIT curb ramp installation works best when the supplied instructions are followed.The installation process requires [...]

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Lip Spoiler Repair Vs. BRIDJIT Curb Ramp: Which One Offers the Most Value?

When you have a rolled curb at the end of your driveway, your options are limited. You could install a homemade curb ramp (which isn’t recommended) or a BRIDJIT curb ramp (which is recommended).Some people opt to do nothing and suck it up until they have to repair their lip spoiler when it finally succumbs to repeated contact [...]

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BRIDJIT Curb Ramps: A Roundup of Reviews

If you’re in the market for a new curb ramp, you might be wondering what other people think of BRIDJIT curb ramps. To help you decide whether a BRIDJIT curb ramp would be a good fit for your driveway, we've rounded up a collection of some of the reviews we found on the web.“No More [...]

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Where Do Old Tires Go?

Every year, 233 million passenger vehicle tires are disposed of in the United States. To say "that's a lot of tires" is an understatement. The reuse and recycling of tire rubber is critical if we're going to keep our landfills in check. That's one of the reasons BRIDJIT curb ramps are built with recycled tire [...]

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BRIDJIT vs Pyle Curb Ramps

If you're looking for a set of curb ramps and you happen to be on Amazon, you might see a set of Pyle brand curb ramps. At first glance, these ramps seem comparable to BRIDJIT curb ramps. However, as we'll explain below, BRIDJIT curb ramps are a better choice for most consumers. Comparing Pyle and BRIDJIT Curb [...]

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A Buyer’s Guide to Rubber Ramps For Rolled Curb Driveway Entries

Rubber driveway ramps are the latest innovation to hit the market for homeowners with a rolled curb at the end of their driveway. These ramps serve an important purpose. They bridge the gap between the driveway and the road. This prevents your vehicle from bottoming out and suffering scrapes on its underside. Why Get a Rubber [...]

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Will Scraping the Bottom of My Car on a Curb Cause Any Damage?

You know that jarring feeling you get when your car scrapes on a curb or speed bump? You freeze, cringe, and then panic, wondering if you've just damaged your car. Pretty much every owner of a low ground clearance car can relate. It’s not a fun feeling, So what really happens when the bottom of your car [...]

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