windscreen wiper

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a mechanical device that cleans the windshield

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5 million and will lead the world marine market for windscreen wipers.
Simple-to-spot issues range from blown bulbs and worn tyres problems to windscreen wipers and low fluid levels.
The wiper blades on windscreen wipers can deteriorate even when it is not in use, because of its sensitivity to hot and cold temperatures.
When police turned on the ignition in Elgie's silver Renault Scenic after the accident, they found the windscreen wipers set on full and the air vents turned to de-mist.
Mazda, a Japan-based automaker, has announced that it is to recall previous generation Mazda3 and Mazda3 MPS models, due to a possible problem with front windscreen wipers.
By the way, I can pass on a good tip to avoid getting parking tickets - simply remove the windscreen wipers from your car.
Motorists who do not use screenwash for their windscreen wipers risk getting potentially deadly legionnaires' disease, according to a new study.
London, June 14 (ANI): People who don't use screenwash to clean their car's windscreen wipers risk contracting Legionnaires' disease.
Cast: Greg Kinnear, Lauren Graham, Dermot Mulroney Plot: A film about the man who invented intermittent windscreen wipers is more interesting than it sounds, but only just.
EMMA Morris found her breakdown policy invaluable when her windscreen wipers were stolen from her Volkswagen Beetle, leaving her stranded in a Manchester downpour.
I have had to have eight new wing mirrors on my car, have had paint splashed over it and the windscreen wipers broken.
On Monday, A5-size cards were placed under the windscreen wipers of cars parked at the Urdd Eisteddfodat Penrhyn Bay, near Llandudno, but the strong easterly wind tore many of the flyers free.
A RECENT innovation that has got the car design business in a tizz could signal the end of windscreen wipers.
The 120 baboons who live in the park's drive-through monkey enclosure have given up their usual pursuit of windscreen wipers in favour of stealing Cross of St George flags.
More than half don't check windscreen wipers or water while 61 per cent ignore headlights and tyre pressure checks.