The Best Driveway Ramp – Kerby
The Best Driveway Ramp (Kerby) is the best way to stop your wheels going out of alignment!
The Best Driveway Ramp (Kerby) was designed right here in Rolleston by ISL as he had ‘had enough’ of that “bump” every time he went in or out of his driveway.
The Best Driveway Ramp (Kerby) is a simple and effective solution to the problem of the deep or shallow gutters in new subdivisions, the ramp bolts into the gutter and lets the water flow underneath.
The Best Access Ramp is the solution!
The Best Driveway Ramp (Kerby) is a super-strong Aluminium ramp that bolts (or screws) into the gutter with 10mm galvanised dyna-bolts (or concrete screws) to provide a smoother transition over the curb/gutter. So no more bumping, no more grinding the front off you and your friends cars and no more bouncing the trailer over the curb. The Best Driveway Ramp (Kerby) is superior to tread-plate folded ramps that can rust and bend. Kerby, The Best Driveway Ramps are in my opinion the best looking option and come in 3.0, 2.0 & 1.0 meter DIY lengths.
NB: SMALLER OR CUSTOM-CUT LENGTHS CAN BE PURCHASED TO MAKE UP THE BALANCE OF THE WIDTH OF THE DRIVEWAY ENTRANCE BUT GENERALLY COME IN INCREMENTS OF 1M LENGTHS.
We have spoken to the Selwyn Council regarding these ramps and at the time they appear to have no issues as long as it doesn’t prevent them performing maintenance on the gutter (as in covering a manhole or drain).
THE DIY PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE INSTALLATION AS THIS CAN BE DONE IN MANY WAYS AND IS A BIT OF A VARIABLE DEPENDING WHERE YOU LIVE*. PLEASE SEE SPECS & PRICING BELOW.
For viewing the product in situation there are samples in West Melton, Prebbleton and Rolleston.
Car bottoming out?
These heavy duty Aluminium driveway ramps, gutter ramps, curb ramps or kerb ramps or whatever you want to call them are designed to solve many problems, like eliminating ‘the bump’ as you drive in and out, stopping trailer noise, and saving your expensive wheel alignment, in turn saving your tyres.
Council compliant but you need to double-check with the developer of your subdivision as there may be covenants etc.