Wiper blades should be replaced regularly or as soon as you notice a difference in driving visibility as over time they start to deteriorate. They are designed to move over your windscreen surface in a smooth, simple motion. When wiper blades no longer make proper contact with the windscreen surface, they can begin to squeak, smear, or streak reducing driving visibility. Unfortunately, damaged or broken blades will not work as designed. Wiper blades deteriorate due to many environmental factors including, the sun – ultraviolet light and ozone deterioration and airborne debris – sand, mud and dust carried in the wind. Visibility is fundamental to safe driving. Although drivers depend on their vehicles’ wiper blades to clear away rain, sleet and snow, many wait to replace them until they need them the most. Remembering to maintain wiper blades regularly can maximize visibility, efficiency and reliability. Do not wait until you need your wipers during the first frosting and you have missing rubber pieces on the squeegee.
We have a good range of wiper blades in stock for most makes and models.