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10 Cool and Useful Ways to Upcycle Your Old Tires

Tire rubber is one of the most wasted materials on Earth. Every year, the average American sends four tires to the landfills. With over 324 million Americans, it adds up fast. Do Mother Nature a favor and opt to keep your old tires the next time you bring your car in for new tires. Why? So you can [...]

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10 Production Cars With the Least Amount of Ground Clearance

Ground clearance is the distance between the lowest hanging point of a vehicle and the ground. It’s an important factor to consider while car shopping because ground clearance plays a big role in the vehicle’s performance and ability to successfully navigate rough roads and terrain. With low ground clearance, a car’s underside can get damaged by [...]

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Homemade Curb Ramp Options - Concrete, Steel, and Wood

If you're one of the many Americans that hates the jolt of going over a rolled curb, we feel your pain. A common solution - all too common, actually - is constructing a DIY curb ramp to ease the jolt. Here are the pros and cons of three popular homemade curbs: Concrete Curb Ramps Thinking about installing [...]

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How Low Can You Go? Take The BRIDJIT Ground Clearance Quiz!

Vehicle ground clearance can be tricky to gauge, and a lot of people get "tricked" by a car's appearance. Designers know how to make vehicles look higher or lower than they really are. The proof is our new ground clearance quiz - check it out! We've created a quiz pitting vehicles, some unexpected, against each other to [...]

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6 Parts That Will Get Damaged From Scraping the Curb

Whether or not you drive a lowered car, a harsh rolled curb can still cause some scraping under your vehicle. If you're one to ignore these sounds, please don't. Here's what could be damaged from dragging your vehicle over a rolled curb: Damaged Oil Pan Oil is the lifeblood of your vehicle, and the oil pan is [...]

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BRIDJIT - The Best Driveway Ramp for Lowered Cars

Lowering a car isn't for everyone. Putting a car, truck, or SUV "in the weeds," as they say, is as much a statement as it is a style choice. A person who lowers their vehicle isn't interested in doing things halfway. A person who lowers their vehicle doesn't follow the crowd. A person who lowers [...]

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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 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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