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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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High trained technicians will be on hand to inspect the windscreen wiper condition, battery level as well as the condition of their vehicles tires, brake pads, and brake discs.
His solution was the windscreen wiper, while he and his brother would also later pioneer the sliding rowing seat and an early version of a car indicator.
A report published in the UK Mirror (Full Report) says Britain's very own auto giant McLaren is all set to throw the windscreen wiper into history books while replacing it with technology used by fighter jets.
Toyota separately said it would recall some 385,000 Lexus IS cars globally to change windscreen wiper parts, following problems in snow.
The sponsored Mill Volvo |with the parking ticket placed under one of the windscreen wipers
She checked on their health and returning to her car she discovered that someone had stolen both windscreen wiper blades.
The study's authors said: "Not adding screenwash to windscreen wiper fluid is a previously unidentified risk factor and appears to be strongly associated with community acquired sporadic cases of legionnaires' disease."
The team will check your vehicle's lights, inform you of the tyre tread depth, examine the windscreen wiper blades for efficiency, check windscreen wash reservoir levels and top up if required, confirm any child seats are fitted correctly and provide information on many road safety issues.
He said that on January 8 Haigh damaged the windscreen wiper of a car in The Roe, St Asaph, after running over the roof, and shortly afterwards threw a child's bike through the window of a car in Mount Road.
The automaker is recalling the vehicles due to possible faults in rear boot door and windscreen wiper mechanisms.
From well-known objects such as the Turbinia (maritime innovation) and the Locomotion (railway ingenuity), there was also more unusual and surprising ones like a dictaphone belonging to local author, Catherine Cookson, the world's first windscreen wiper and a friction match.