Bridjit Curb Ramps for Driveways
If you hear the Keerr-crunch sound every time you pull in and out of your driveway apron then the rolled curb between the your sidewalk and street is too steep for your vehicle which can probably result in expensive damages. In this case, the easiest and least expensive option is to use the BRIDJIT curb ramp system.
Bridjit Curb Ramps are placed in the gutter of a rolled curb driveway entry to bridge the slope between the top of the curb and street. The fact is that the majority of the North American housing projects built after 1980 were completed with less expensive rolled curb driveway entrances. With more of today’s vehicles utilizing a lower profile design, rolled curb driveway entries have become a widespread liability. The Bridjit Curb Ramps can solve this problem easily.
Bridjit Curb Ramps provide a simple, quick, and easy means to overcome curbs and are designed to reduce the impact of a rolled curb entry to protect the undercarriage of all types of vehicles, such as cars, trucks, golf carts, motorcycles, boat trailers and can be used to facilitate the movement of wheeled carts and hand trucks.
It can also be expended with additional 48-inch wide center sections to extend a 3-piece curb ramp set beyond 12 feet wide. Purchase as many center sections needed for your specific need. The center section weighs 50 pounds and measures 2-1/2 H x 48 W x 16 inches D.
A 2-1/2-inch wide channel on the underside of the Bridjit sections allows water to flow under the ramp, accommodating storm runoff and tapered ends assist in preventing buildup of debris. Easily installed with only a hammer and screwdriver; Bolt together with pre-inserted galvanized to connect the sections to one-anther, not to the ground.
Last but not least, Bridjit is the eco-friendly green solution to your driveway curb ramp problem. Bridjit ramps are manufactured from crumb rubber sourced from recycled tires, thus helping to reduce the number of scrap tires.