The driveway at my dad’s house is quite old and has these fairly deep, rounded “wheel channels” running down the length of the (very steep) driveway. Of course, the track width on my car doesn’t exactly match up with these channels, which creates issues. For one, it’s very easy to pull in such that much of the tire is unsupported, “floating” above the channel bottom with most of the load on the sidewall. Second, if you do manage to pull in so that the tire is resting on the bottom of the channel, then the car sits very low so then you inevitably scrape the underside when you pull out.
I am wondering whether there is a reasonable DIY or lower cost solution to this problem. One idea I had was to get some 2x4s (or another object?) and lay them in the channels to see if that could bring them mostly flush with the surrounding concrete. Another idea was to fill the channels in with concrete myself, but I have no idea what size project that would be or if it would work out well. I could see about getting a contractor to work on it too, but not sure what the price tag might be be.
Here is a photo of the driveway, with arrows pointing at the channels (sorry for very poor Street View quality):