This July is already looking to become the wettest July in a number of years, and before it rains next and you remember too late to do something about it. Let's have a look at what you can do to avoid loud windscreen wipers that skip, and don't wipe your windscreen like they should.
It's really important to be aware of the condition of your windscreen wipers and to be able to recognise any signs that might indicate they are in need of replacement. It's also helpful to know how to replace your windscreen wipers, so that you can do this job yourself when necessary.
That's why we've put together this quick guide to windscreen wiper basics, to help ensure that you stay safe and in control on the roads this winter.
Changing the windscreen wiper blades on a car is a fairly easy job that just about anyone can do. The first step is to go into your local auto supplies store and buy a new set of wiper blades. Make sure they are the right size and fit for your car, as there are different variations available.
To actually fit your wiper blades, you will want to lift the entire wiper blade assembly away from the car, as far as it can go. Release the old wiper blade by unclipping it, and fit the new wiper blade by clicking it into place, in the same location as the old one. Take care when doing this as it is possible to scratch your windscreen or your car's paint job if you are not vigilant.
Make sure your new wiper blades are secure and tight, to ensure that they won't slip out when driving.
Always refer to your owner's manual when tackling tasks such as these, as the individual specifications of your car may vary.
Alternatively, you can come down to your closest Motorama Dealership and the Service team will be able to supply the correct blades, and fit them for you. Saving you time and hassle of trying to find the right blades and fit them yourself!
Message/Ask a Question Latest Specials Book a Service Search for your next car