The 'No Jar To Your Car' rolled curb solution


Find The Right Rubber Curb Ramp For Your Driveway

If you’re a homeowner who is struggling with the nuisance of a rolled curb at your driveway edge, you’ve probably considered a rubber driveway ramp. A driveway rubber ramp is all about smoothing out your entry and exit. This will reduce the chances that the vehicle will take a hit when moving from driveway to…

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Clunking Noise When You Enter Your Driveway? Could Be Your Sunroof.

It’s a common scenario: you’re driving your car up your driveway and suddenly hear an unsettling clunking noise. Your first thought might be that there’s something wrong with your car’s suspension, but the sound isn’t coming from underneath the car. Surprisingly, the problem is often the sunroof glass, which gets…

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VSC And Your Driveway – What You Need To Know

If you have a rolled curb on your driveway, you already know that it can damage your vehicle. This can range from bent or misaligned wheels to underbody damage and even suspension issues. That’s why it’s always a good idea to use a curb ramp. But another issue that some…

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What Are The Strongest Curb Ramps Made From?

BRIDJIT ramps are made from tough recycled rubber. We found that this material offers the best mix of strength, weight, and durability. In this blog, we discuss the various materials curb ramps are made out of and explain why BRIDJIT curb ramps offer the best value and durability. Steel Steel…

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The 5 Best Ways To Stop Your Car From Scraping

Pulling into your driveway should be a no-brainer, but for some, it can be a nerve-wracking experience if your car scrapes against the ground. The scraping sound and potential damage can be frustrating and costly. Fortunately, there are easy and cost-effective ways to prevent this problem and protect your vehicle.…

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How Rolled Curbs Impact Your Tires

Many modern cars have complex suspension systems and low-profile tires. Great for handling but not so great if you hit a bump, pothole, or rolled curb. Sometimes, you may get away with it, but it’s all too easy to damage your tires, steering components, or bodywork. Lower Tire Pressures Repeated…

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How Repeated Scraping Can Damage Your Driveway

We’ve shared a lot of information about how scraping your driveway can damage your car, truck, RV, trailer, or other vehicles. However, we haven’t spent much time addressing how scrapes from these vehicles can damage your driveway. In fact, without a curb ramp, your driveway surface may suffer from repeated scraping that…

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BRIDJIT Portables For Vans

Large vans are extremely practical for commercial use, hauling cargo, or for ‘VanLife’ adventure and recreation. They’ve seen a resurgence in popularity recently for those reasons. The only problem is most of them tend to have a long rear overhang or low ground clearance, which means they are prone to…

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What To Check For After Scraping A Curb

Scraping a rolled curb driveway entry usually comes with the sickening noise of plastic or metal rubbing against a concrete surface. If you’re lucky, your car will suffer some minor scratches that won’t be noticeable. However, if you’re unlucky, it could have sustained some body damage or, worse, damage to…

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