Curb Ramp™ began in 1998 when Jon McGuire found a solution to his unusually steep driveway. He found that by modifying specific roofing materials, he could create mold a perfectly smooth transition between his driveway and the street, saving his wife’s new car from avoidable damage.
Rolled curb driveway entries are a liability. Over time, as you enter and exit your driveway rolled curbs cause damage your car in the form of misaligned wheels, tire wear, diminished gas mileage as well as damage to the steering components, exhaust, bumpers, and fenders. More >
Curb Ramp™ is a do-it-yourself (DIY) driveway ramp kit that creates a gradient from your driveway to the street allowing your car to glide smoothly over your curb. Driveway ramps help maintain your car’s gas mileage and reduce damage to your wheels and steering – reducing maintenance costs and tire wear and tear.