High performance car ownership comes with a lot of hidden costs and headaches. For example, many vehicles require more expensive premium fuel or costlier brake pads. Another issue can arise in the aftermarket if you’re one of the many people who prefers the look of a lowered car. All of the sudden every curb, pothole, and even the dip at the end of your driveway become potential landmines that will shred your expensive carbon fiber body kit in one awful whack.
While there’s nothing you can do about curbs or potholes, you can at the very least you can solve that devious dip at the end of your driveway with the simple, cheap and effective Bridjit system.
The Bridjit (Bridge-It, get it?) system is designed to fix those nasty depressions that can form over the years at the bottom of your driveway. Made from recycled tires, the Bridjit system is designed to fill in this deformity and features full-length waterways that allow for normal drainage during particularly rainy days.
It takes just minutes to install, requires no special tools, and a 12-foot section costs just $300. That’s a hell of a lot less than you’ll pay replacing your body kit, eh? We can tell you from personal experience that driveway dips can wreck havoc on your automobile after driving over it on a daily basis.