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Topic Review (Newest First)
Today 07:58 AM
klodkrawler05 my driveway is flat as a board, but you have to go down a quarter mile of dirt roads to get to the house, which sucks.
Yesterday 09:06 PM
blackfx4x4 Should see the mud hole behind the truck stop I'm parked at. I think the semi next to me got stuck in it cuz there's about a yard of it under the right front wheel.
Yesterday 05:11 PM
ChalupaJones My driveway is just muddy. I'd be happy scraping a little bit if I weren't getting dirty just by looking at it when it rains.
Yesterday 04:45 PM
egman2005 My driveway is hell. That is nothing lol


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Yesterday 02:29 PM
gold_zx3
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Originally Posted by svt1391 View Post
Pshh..that driveway is nothing. You can still angle in. Buy my miata. You'll be much happier That nb didn't look bad. I prefer the na but that's just me
Lol it must just be the pictures, because literally everyone complains about it. And angling in doesn't really work with that narrow transition you still hit not to mention the dip around the drain.
Yesterday 02:27 PM
gold_zx3
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Originally Posted by Chas View Post
oh, that driveway looks way more normal from that picture, i actually kind of like the wall.

edit: plus, the slope isn't rigid, its pretty rounded, which would mean less likely to scrape, right?
Yeah I think most of the scraping is coming from the banked edges of the transition piece. I think I might just say Eff the city and take a sledge hammer to that ledge myself and knock it down flat.
Yesterday 02:22 PM
svt1391 Pshh..that driveway is nothing. You can still angle in. Buy my miata. You'll be much happier That nb didn't look bad. I prefer the na but that's just me
Yesterday 02:16 PM
Chas oh, that driveway looks way more normal from that picture, i actually kind of like the wall.

edit: plus, the slope isn't rigid, its pretty rounded, which would mean less likely to scrape, right?
Yesterday 02:15 PM
gold_zx3
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Originally Posted by Kazooo View Post
That angle is nothing, the drain in the middle of it sucks though.
Yes that drain is a lot of the problem, dips down about 3 inches below the pavement. Here's a better angle, it's pretty nerve racking backing out into the street with no view of traffic over the hill too especially when people haul ass up/down it.

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Originally Posted by Chas View Post
if you remove the wall it'll look weird unless you level out the yard, at least between the sidewalk and the driveway. The driveway and transition both seem much smaller than legal size. that transition looks like it's for the sidewalk, not driveway. He probably didn't replace it because that's city side.
Yeah I wonder how hard it will be to get them to make it more livable if it is theirs...

I feel like the driveway will be the hardest sell when I decide to move out so hopefully I can make some changes soon.
Yesterday 01:55 PM
Chas if you remove the wall it'll look weird unless you level out the yard, at least between the sidewalk and the driveway. The driveway and transition both seem much smaller than legal size. that transition looks like it's for the sidewalk, not driveway. He probably didn't replace it because that's city side.
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