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Wiper Blade Replacement Tips and Frequency

The key to driving safely on the road is to ensure that all the parts of your vehicle are working properly. One of the easiest ways to drive more safely is to be able to see out of your front windshield more clearly and without any visual obstructions. To do this, your vehicle’s windshield wipers must be in good working order and in excellent condition. Here, you’ll learn more about how you can replace your windshield wipers on your own and how often they should be replaced. 

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How Often Should You Replace Your Windshield Wipers?

To ensure that your vehicle’s windshield wiper blades are always performing at their best, it’s recommended that you replace them every six months, or sooner, if they are showing signs of not performing. Visual signs include streaks of water on the windshield after using them and not all the water, ice or snow being pulled away from your sightline after turning them on. Winter months can sometimes wreak havoc on your windshield wipers and you’ll need to replace them sooner.

How to Replace Your Vehicle’s Windshield Wipers?

Replacing your windshield wipers is much easier than you think, and most drivers should have no problem doing it themselves. Below, you’ll find some easy tips on how you can replace your vehicle’s windshield wipers in a few simple steps.

  • Check the condition of your windshield wiper blades and buy the correct replacement size.
  • Remove the old worn-out windshield wiper blades.
  • Line up the new windshield wiper blade.
  • Attach the new windshield wipers.
  • Test the new windshield wipers to ensure correct installation.

If you’re still having trouble replacing your windshield wipers after reading this, visit the service department at Red Hill Toyota, today, to have one of our professional technicians help you. They’ll not only install them correctly but ensure that you have the right size replacement blades.

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