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Why We Make BRIJDIT Curb Ramps From Recycled Tires

We’ve had many customers ask us why we make our curb ramps from recycled tires. The answer is quite simple. At BRIDJIT, we care about the environment and the quality of our curb ramps. Read on to find out how recycled tires help save the environment and improve the quality of our curb ramps. We…

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How Is Crumb Rubber Made?

When we hear the word “recycling”, most people think of paper or plastic. Did you know that recycling rubber is great for the environment, too? When rubber is recycled, it’s reduced into crumb rubber, which means small particles of rubber. Recycling rubber is a pretty interesting process. Read on to…

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With BRIDJIT Curb Ramps, You Don’t Have To Worry About Fake Recycled Rubber

Did you know that rubber production is horrible for the environment? For one, it contributes to deforestation. Rubber is a very widely used material, so some people believe that producing new rubber is a necessary evil. It doesn’t have to be the case, though! There’s an easy way to avoid…

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What Makes A Genuine BRIDJIT Curb Ramp Genuine?

BRIDJIT is a leading brand for curb ramps. So naturally, there are a few knock off BRIDJIT curb ramps floating around the internet. A genuine BRIDJIT curb ramp is better and safer than a knock off. For example, some knock off curb ramps are made with harmful chemicals. They’re also…

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3 Ways To Protect Your Assets With BRIDJIT Curb Ramps

Any vehicle is an asset, whether you’ve purchased it or are leasing it. This applies to: Cars Trucks SUVs Motorcycles RVs Your vehicle is your mode of transportation and, most likely, even more. Vehicles are quite expensive to maintain and repair. Protecting your vehicle will save you a lot of…

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Different Types Of Curbs Around The World

Here’s a fun fact: curbs didn’t become common until the 18th century. Before then, the most common way to separate the street from the pedestrians was with small wooden posts (called bollards). Image Credit: LarkinEngineering A series of Paving Acts in London in the 1700s made curbs common across the…

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Why You Need A Ramp For Your Toy Hauler

Do you have a trailer or RV for your toys – a toy hauler? Do you have a rolled curb at the end of your driveway? If your answer to both questions is yes, then a curb ramp will be one of the best investments you’ll ever make. A Curb…

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Water Pooling At The End Of The Driveway? BRIDJIT!

Rolled curbs can be a big problem. For instance, rolled curbs can cause: Alignment issues Drive shaft damage Front splitter damage Underbody damage More Here’s another problem that’s not discussed as much as the others above: water pooling at the end of the driveway. How Do Rolled Curbs Cause Water…

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How To Make Your Driveway Curb Ramps Look As Good As Possible

A driveway curb ramp is a great addition to your driveway, especially if you have a car with low ground clearance. There are actually many great reasons to own a driveway curb ramp. For starters: Curb ramps prevent driveshaft damage Curb ramps prevent front splitter damage Curb ramps prevent underbody…

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