How were my wiper blades working when it last rained? If you are not happy with your answer, you should have them inspected and possibly replaced. Since, wiper blades are not used every day and are exposed to various weather conditions there is not a precise mileage or time interval in when to replace them. Allow the employee at your local Take 5 located in San Marcos, the opportunity to inspect your wiper blades during your next visit. They are the key part to ensuring that you can see safely during rain, snow, and sleet.
There have been many advancements in wiper blades. Most newer vehicles are equipped with a beam (high performance) blade. These blades can be retrofitted for older vehicles giving everyone the safety they deserve. These blades also provide a significant advantage to traditional blades to provide the ultimate vision possible. The concealed parts also safeguard the blade from damages of snow and rain, while also giving a better cleaning experience by utilizing infinite pressure points, less wind lift, and a lower visible profile.