If laid properly, a gravel driveway is just as long-lasting and durable as asphalt or concrete, yet quite a bit more affordable. It’s also easier to DIY a gravel driveway than it is to pour concrete or asphalt. Plus, you don’t have to wait for it to set or dry before using it. Here’s everything you need to know to install a gravel driveway of your own. Step 1 – Make the Measurements Plan your driveway by determining the width and length measurements. Measure this area so that you can order the right amount of weed barrier fabric and gravel….