I bought a new home a little more than year ago. The curbs are at an angle so you can drive over them. That means you drive over this "curb" into your driveway. Problem is, it scrapes the car's underside as it goes over it. It doesn't scrape truck's or SUV's underside. (Unless you lowered it.) Now, all the other homes are getting thier driveways redone by the home builder. They have to tear out the driveway and lower it by removing the dirt underneath. They also have to cut away the "curb." (The "curb" is at a high 45 to 55 degree angle.) Since the driveway is lowered, the grass/yard has to be lowered as well. Here is my dilemma. My yard looks like a well kept golf course. I put allot of money keeping my Bermuda grass green, thick, and healthy. Some of my neighbors are stunned at how my yard looks compared to thiers. In order to keep my yard the way it is, I chose not to have my driveway redone. (I drive a Ranger EDGE) Once all the driveways are redone, I'll be the only one with a "high" driveway. There is talk that the Home owners association might make me get the driveway redone so it can match with the others. That means my perfect yard will be torn up! I seen how they redid the yards after the driveway was releveled. Its all uneven and they didn't even clear out the debris on some of them. I'll have to pour more money into my yard to get it looking good again! Am I doing the right thing and not letting them redo my driveway? Some people say I may have a hard time selling my house if the buyer happens to drive a car. What should I do?