Rubber Strip To Divert Rain Water At Bottom Of Steep Driveway: Anyone Mfg Such An Item ?

Hello:
A family member has recently moved into a house that has a fairly steep driveway from the street to the house garage.
There is a "drywell" at the bottom by the garrage door which seems to catch the majority of rainwater, and street runoff, pretty well, but not all of it.
Was wondering if there's such a thing as, e.g., a rubber strip maybe an inch or so high that one can place by the garrage doors to divert the water to the side before it has a chance of entering the garrage ?
Does anyone mfg such an item ?
What's it called ?
And, how would one fasten the strip to the asphalt ? RTV the whole bottom of it, or... ?
Thanks, Bob
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Sounds like the pitch of the depression that contains the drain is not shaped right. I would figure out how to reshape the asphalt to make the drain work for all rain/flood conditions. A berm or rubber strip would tend to trip people, and would be a poor substitute for fixing the drainage, or the location of the drain.
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"Roger T." wrote:

Well...
Had a somewhat similar problem of water getting into garage due to contractor not putting proper slope on asphalt. Wound up building a lip from concrete (Sakrete?) Its lasted about six years now. No one trips over it but the car is not real happy going over it.
LB
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Yes there is exactly that product. Look in Griot's Garage website for "threshold seal". A friend siliconed this stuff in place and it worked great for exactly what you're describing (assuming the dry well catches MOST of the water - this stuff won't hold back a flood) http://www.griotsgarage.com/catalog.jsp?L1=L1_3000&L2=L2_3080&SKU375
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