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How To Protect And Maintain Your BRIDJIT Curb Ramps

If you've bought a set of BRIDJIT Curb Ramps, here are some tips and tricks you might find useful. Periodically Clean Under Your Ramps It might seem odd, but cleaning under your ramps every several months is a good idea. Your ramps accumulate dirt and debris underneath over time. Cleaning underneath your ramps every six months or [...]

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Prevent Drive Shaft Damage With A Curb Ramp

Do you have: An older rear wheel drive vehicle with a driveshaft? A vehicle with low ground clearance? A rolled curb? If your answer to all these questions is “yes,” then you’ll likely deal with driveshaft damage sooner or later. The driveshaft sits pretty low underneath the chassis. That means when you drive over a rolled curb, there’s a [...]

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Avoid Front Splitter Damage With A Curb Ramp

A front splitter can lower your car's ground clearance by two or three inches. Because of that, front splitters have several enemies, including: Speed bumps Potholes Curbs A front splitter has an ultimate enemy though: rolled curbs.Rolled Curbs Are The #1 Danger To Front Splitters Image Credit: impreza.co A lot of things (like speed bumps) can break or scrape up your front [...]

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7 Sports Cars With Low Ground Clearance

Have you ever wondered why sports cars are so fast? A big reason is aerodynamics. Major automakers design their sports cars to achieve the best aerodynamics. That involves lowering the vehicle’s ground clearance as much as possible. Let’s talk about some sports cars with low ground clearance: Ford Mustang Toyota Supra Chevrolet Camaro Chevrolet Corvette Porsche 911 BMW Z4 Acura NSX1. Ford [...]

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Prevent Underbody Damage With A Curb Ramp

The underbody of the vehicle is of course, exposed to the road. It’s vulnerable to road debris and severe potholes, among other things. But, for the most part, automakers make their cars just high enough that they aren't damaged when encountering less than perfect roads.  But, what if you have a rolled curb at the end [...]

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Best Curb Ramps For Classic Car Owners

Low ground clearance is almost a given on classic cars. Most have long front and rear overhangs that require caution anytime there is an abrupt slope. If you own a classic car and you have a rolled curb at the end of your driveway, the curb is probably the bane of your existence. Scraped up bodywork [...]

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5 Electric Cars With Low Ground Clearance

When “low ground clearance” comes to mind, people usually think of muscle cars like Corvettes or fast and expensive cars like Lamborghinis (and these, too). However, did you know that most electric cars have low ground clearance, too? Engineers of electric or hybrid vehicles design them with low ground clearance to enhance their aerodynamics, and [...]

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You Don't Want To Bolt Ramps (Or Anything Else) Into A Concrete Curb

You might have heard about ramps that you can bolt into the concrete curb at the end of your driveway. The idea of bolting a ramp into the concrete is attractive to many because it ensures that the ramp stays put at all times. Bolting a curb ramp into the concrete sounds like a great idea [...]

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Rubber Driveway Ramps And The Environment

We’ve all heard that plastic is detrimental to the environment. With plastic taking the lead role of our enemy, many of us have overlooked another material that’s wreaking havoc on the planet: rubber. Even though rubber is a natural material, rubber production is still quite harmful to the environment. Let’s talk about how rubber production helps [...]

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How To Prevent Your Car From Scraping The Driveway

Even though driveways are meant to make entering and exiting a property easier, they can still damage cars, especially those with low ground clearance. Sometimes there's a steep rolled curb between the street and the driveway. If you've got a driveway with a steep entrance, you're probably no stranger to scrapes on the front of your [...]

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