windscreen wiper

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a mechanical device that cleans the windshield

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They are constantly changing their windshield wipers and that is expensive.
On the Odyssey, dealers will replace the windshield wiper linkage rod.
The ideal rule of thumb is to turn on your headlights when you turn on your windshield wipers.
CPO's must undergo a rigorous inspection process of checking and fixing everything from engines and electrical systems to dents, dings, and windshield wipers.
The required system for surface treatment of the windshield wipers is provided by the customer.
Here's wishing the rain had gone on longer, that the beat of windshield wipers had continued to delight my renegade
and it's estimated that one in five vehicles has deficient windshield wipers.
If separation occurs, the windshield wipers could become inoperative, which could reduce driver visibility and increase the risk of a vehicle crash.
Department of Transportation, Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV) and Highway Divisions, are advising motorists of a new law taking effect requiring the use of headlights and taillights on motor vehicles during inclement weather and when windshield wipers are in use.
Drivers should replace windshield wipers, top off wiper fluid and antifreeze, clean windows and mirrors and use the defroster whenever necessary.
He said motorists who break down should get to the right shoulder or off the freeway; make sure vehicles are properly maintained; turn headlights on if windshield wipers are on; and stay five car lengths from the vehicle in front.
stopping under bridges to scrape ice off windshield wipers, picking up and dropping off workers from downtown Baltimore to Stewartstown, Pa.
The windshield wipers would go on by themselves," says Marks.
Shinnlinger has received toys from his students and neighbors and even found toys left anonymously under his windshield wipers.
A full-scale, non-functioning model of a truck cab--with pink windshield wipers and a turquoise body--pulls a septic tank and water tank on wheels, as if ready to roll in a nomadic trance from suburbia to the promised land.