WIPER BLADE MAINTENANCE
Windshield wiper blades keep your eyes on the road.
Worn wiper blades are dangerous. Because 90% of your driving decisions are based on a clear, unobstructed view of the road, it is difficult to see impending hazards in time to react when vision is impaired. American Brake and Foreign Car Service wants to make sure you are driving under the safest possible conditions. Keep reading below on how to properly maintain wiper blades.
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American Brake knows that sometimes the little things are sometimes ignored or not a priority. We also know that our customers need to have optimal visuals while commuting to work and long distance road trips on city streets and interstates covered in oil, mud and sandy debris. All these factors break down wipers and can heighten the danger while driving in bad weather. Why risk it?
Quality wiper blades are key to your vehicle’s safe operation just as clean oil and good tires are. American Brake features top quality blades by RainX. We suggest changing your wiper blades at least once a year, and having us inspect them frequently for wear and tear.
WIPER BLADE MAINTENANCE TIPS
- Clean your windshield every time you fill your gas tank.
- Gently wipe the rubber squeegee with a damp paper towel to remove any loose dirt or oil.
- Never use your windshield wipers to remove ice from your windshield. Instead, either use an ice scraper or use your defroster to melt snow and ice.
- Pull your wiper blades away from the windshield during winter months to prevent ice build up on the rubber squeegee and to prevent them from sticking to the windshield.