To those screaming "Photoshop", looks legit. Not to mention look at the other pictures and you can clearly see the large grade on the surrounding land. Absolutely terrible, no way you can get out of that driveway without scraping.
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Are you kidding me? They expect you to have a slope that strong? Unfortunately it looks like the garage is simply too close to the street..... Someone screwed up royally.
The only thing I can think of is dig the garage down deep and have steps inside the garage up into the house.
With that grade, getting vehicles in and out of the garage *safely* will be a real pain. -- "Regulatory capitalism is when companies invest in lawyers, lobbyists, and politicians, instead of plant, people, and customer service." - former FCC Chairman William Kennard (A real FCC Chairman, unlike the current Corporate Spokesperson in the job!)
I sure would have liked to watch them pour that driveway. Got to be photoshopped.
not an issuse if it's thick
or an premolded slab
It is not an issue even when poured in place, whihc that has to be. It is done all the time. Just use a concrete mix that is a little stiffer than usual and start at the top. (otherwise it will slide down into the rest of what is there)
If this is real, where is the photo of the completed project? This photo is over 3 years old. Someone by now must have snapped one. Or maybe even a street name. We could possibly use google street view.