Windshield wipers are something that many people forget about until they start to fall apart and you need to use them. These little blades of rubber and plastic are a crucial safety measure that helps to make it possible to drive your car in virtually any weather.
As your windshield wipers age and are exposed to heat, cold, water, sun and use, they tend to deteriorate and fall apart. The rubber can become brittle and dry, it can dry rot, or it can fall off of the plastic arm altogether. This is why replacing your wipers is so important. Replacing a windshield wiper is a simple service that most mechanics perform in conjunction with services like oil changes and tire checks. This is something that nearly any dealership and nearly any mechanic can perform quickly and easily.
Windshield wipers make it possible to drive in the rain, in the snow, in the sleet and even when the outside of your windshield is fogged up. They are an integral part of your drive that most people do not realize they need until they need to use them. Changing your wipers out can help save not only your drive but can also help to protect your windshield. Often times if your wipers are badly deteriorated they are not going to move anything off of the windshield, further, they can also damage your glass as the rubber blades are attached to plastic and then attached to metal arms that run on a motor.
Unless you only drive on days when there is a 100% chance that it is not going to rain at all, you may not be prepared if there is any inclement weather. Rain can come out of nowhere and so can other types of precipitation. If you are not changing your blades out on a regular basis you are likely going to come across a time when you need them and they are simply not there or are not in proper working order. Changing out wiper blades is a relatively easy and inexpensive process and can save you a great deal of trouble in the long run.
Rolling Hills Nissan has a comfortable waiting area with televisions, refreshments, and wifi so you can make the most of your wait. Their highly trained team will work tirelessly to get you the service you deserve and get your car back on the road.