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It’s an odd quirk of human nature that we often place more importance on major repairs while ignoring those little jobs that take but moments to complete. Putting off replacing worn windshield blades is a prime example. We’re not exaggerating when we say putting off windshield wiper blade replacement can cost you your life. In fact, we might go so far as to say replacing windshield wiper blades at regular intervals is one of the most important maintenance jobs we perform.
If you’ve ever switched on your wipers on a stormy night only to find they leave streaks and smears that made seeing the road ahead impossible or amplify the glare of oncoming headlights, rendering the windshield close to opaque, you understand why we say this. At times like these, you may feel like kicking yourself since you’d been noticing for a while that it was time for new blades.
If your windshield wipers could hear you ask that question, they’d probably cry give us a break! And rightly so, after all, not only do they remove rain from your windshield, but dirt, snow, and ice, as well, given our winters here in the Columbus OH area. They hop into action at the push of a lever, sometimes working for long periods of time.
And don’t forget the thin flexible rubber of the squeegee must endure extreme conditions, baking in the hot blazing summer sun and enduring winter temperatures that can plunge below zero. And even if they’re not moving, as is the case of a car that just sits in the driveway and is rarely driven, the wiper blade rubber will still wear out. Rubber blades wear out the quickest while halogen-enhanced blades last a bit longer, and silicone blades can last over a year.
While conventional wisdom says wiper blades should be replaced every six months or at least once a year, it can’t hurt to examine them for signs of wear such as
You might end by tugging each wiper blade to make sure it is firmly attached to the frame and checking that the squeegee is secure in its frame. Any of the above indicates you need to have one of the GM certified technicians at Chesrown Chevrolet Buick GMC replace them.
Conveniently located near Columbus in Delaware OH, Chesrown aims to make maintenance jobs big and small as convenient and comfortable for its customers as possible, offering amenities like complimentary wi-fi, 72″ screen HDTV, coffee, tea, water and Coke products, along with snacks in its comfortable customer lounge with a child-friendly play stocked with games, crayons, coloring books, and a parts department.
For those who can’t wait, they offer early drop-off/late pick-up hours; loaner vehicles; and even Sunday service appointments for those in need of a windshield repair. And every customer, whether they stay or leave, has a sparkling clean car to drive off in, thanks to the complimentary car wash that’s part of every service.
The GM certified technicians are one reason to get your transmission fluid exchanged at Chesrown Chevrolet Buick GMC. You can trust in their expertise to get this service done right. It is also very easy to schedule your appointment for transmission fluid exchange online here. For Columbus and Delaware, OH drivers who need transmission fluid exchange service, Chesrown Chevrolet Buick GMC is your preferred dealership.