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.
said on Thursday it is recalling new models of the Civic compact car and Odyssey minivan over leaking fuel tanks and faulty windshield wiper rods, respectively.
We are drowning in 47,000 new laws enacted since 1966, covering everything from the size of typeface on official notices on employee bulletin boards to the arcane timing dictating when you must use your windshield wipers.
The upgraded four-door Axela and Mazda Axela Sport hatchback models have such features as an ''autolight system,'' which enables headlights to switch on automatically, windshield wipers with a rain sensor feature, and enhanced audio equipment.
When Kinsey pressed her power window buttons, the lights would dim or the windshield wipers would come on, and the transmission had to be replaced again.
On the afternoon of April 5, another Kalispell resident (who has opted to remain anonymous) was driving along a rural Kalispell road when pieces of paper suddenly began fluttering around his car in such copious amounts that he turned on the windshield wipers.
If you've ever driven in a Buffalo winter or the mud in Alabama, you know that rain isn't the only reason to have a good set of windshield wipers on your car.
I briefly turned on the windshield wipers to get a clear view of the ship.
From beginning to end, a looping, insistent sound track (by Iveson) had the mesmerizing effect of windshield wipers across a wet window at night--glistening, soothing, going nowhere.
Bill Morrisette, D-Springfield, would require motorists to turn on their headlights any time they turn on their windshield wipers.
Your engine, radiator, transmission, brakes and windshield wipers have one thing in common: They won't work properly if you don't replenish their vital operating fluids and replace worn parts.
I don't know what Belize is like today, but Conroy's vivid portrait of its sights, sounds, and smells in 1961 evoked some of my first impressions of Bombay, India, 30 years later, whether the funky hygiene, madcap drivers, or the local tendency to steal gas caps and windshield wipers.
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.
nTurn on headlights any time you need windshield wipers, and at dusk.