windscreen wiper

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windscreen wiper

Brit an electrically operated blade with a rubber edge that wipes a windscreen clear of rain, snow, etc.
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Procurement Windshield Wiper Arms and Blades Windshield Wipers for Cars
The complaint alleges violations of section 337 of the Tariff Act of 1930 in the importation into the United States and sale of certain windshield wipers and components thereof that infringe patents asserted by the complainants.
Under certain weather conditions, including snow, the front windshield wipers of the recalled models may not work properly due to a clamp nut defect, the AQSIQ said.
He said windshield wipers are easily damaged by dusts and dirt stuck on dirty windshields and drivers who attempt to operate their dirty windshields often find that out the hard way.
During this period traffic police was also on high alert for drivers with malfunctioning windshield wipers blades and worn-out tires.
In the Odyssey, Honda says the windshield wiper linkage rod could become bent if the windshield wipers are frozen to the windshield with heavy ice and the wipers are switched on.
The four windows will wrap around the cockpit to enhance visibility and aerodynamics, they are built to withstand the impact of a four pound bird at 300 knots and will be coated with Rain-repellent Surface Seal to maintain visibility in rain conditions, getting rid of the need for windshield wipers.
As they drive, a small storage device records the input data, along with indirect clues to road conditions, such as when drivers flip on their windshield wipers or activate anti-lock brakes.
having a regular repeated pattern of beats, sounds, activity, or movements <As the windshield wipers began their rhythmic exercise, the family rode in silence .
Just don't forget that the windshield wipers are included in there somewhere, too.
Also the third lid blinks sideways, like windshield wipers, to clear the lid of sand.