Windshield wiper blades play a very vital role in your ability to drive safely. They wipe off rain, snow, mud, dirt and other debris from your windshield so you can see clearly and drive safely. Worn out, broken down or faulty wiper blades can be very hazardous and cause driving problems. The rubber on a blade can wear out and cause smearing, which limits visibility.They can also impede your ability to drive safely when there’s heavy rain or snow falling that limits your windshield’s visibility.
Windshield wiper blades should at least be replace once a year. This ensures that your wiper blades won’t be too worn out throughout the year and ensures your ability to drive safe. Changing windshield wiper blades is a simple process.
First Step: Remove the old blade. You can remove the old wiper blade by lifting up the wiper’s arm, clicking a small tab and detach the old blade from the arm.
Second Step: Line up the new wiper blades with arm. Hook the arm onto the blade’s plastic clip and pull on tight to make sure it is secure and in place.