You think about replacing a lot of things on your car, but wiper blades aren't one of them--until you notice that your wiper blades don't seem to be working as efficiently as they used to. If your wiper blades just aren't up to the challenge of keeping your vision clear and clean, it may be time to replace them. Here is more information about wiper blades, and how often they need to be replaced. 

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When cars were first manufactured, they did not have wiper blades, because there were no windshields. However, after a few years of driving muddy roads and getting splattered by bug juice, manufacturers decided windshields were a good idea. They didn't invite wipers at the same time however, because they didn't think there was a need, until customers started complaining about dirty windshields.

Today, wipers are vital for keeping rain, snow, and mud out of your line of sight when you're driving. Over time, even the toughest wipers experience wear and tear, and will start to break down. Here are a few tips for noticing your wipers may need to be replaced. First, you may notice that your wipers aren't getting rid of all of the liquid or dirt on your windshield. Your windshield might get steaky or dirty easily. Also, you might notice that your wipers are making a squeaking noise. When you look at your wipers, you might notice they are cracked. They might even be leaving bits of rubber on your windshield. If you don't get your windshield wipers replaced, you may have scratched windshields, which make it hard for you to see. This could even cause an accident.

When you are ready to put some new wiper blades on your car, we hope that you will come and see us. We're located on Hylan Boulevard, Staten Island, New York, 10305.

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