How Deep Should the Gravel Be for a Driveway?

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The gravel for a driveway should not be more than 3 inches deep, if you go any deeper the tires on your vehicle could make ruts. It should be deep enough to cover the weed mat on your driveway. It is recommended that you put 2 inches of gravel for your driveway.
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