I have a concrete driveway (normal 2 car poured driveway) which is cut vertically (90 degrees) about 2.5 inches above the street.
My father-in-law lives with us and has a powered wheelchair. The driveway is just too high to be smoothly rolled over.
How can I reduce this bump? I imagine something done all the way across the driveway would look nicest, but if there's an idea for just modifying 3 feet across, that's fine too.
I'm in Houston, TX, USA - freezing and snow are not concerns. Not sure about drainage. There are no storm drains cut in on my side of the street. Typically water drains away from my lot, to the east and north (where there are drains). I'm also concerned there's a good reason the driveways are this way - all the houses near me have the same height issue.