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Up works great for me, the only fear I have is someone vandalizing them from the attention it brings having them up. It makes it easier for me to scrape the window quickly to get on the road faster. It doesn't hurt the wipers having them up. It does, however, keep me from being impatient and ripping them up when frozen to scrape under them.


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if you really care about what your car looks like, what you do to it and/or what others think or say about your ride please disregard this option but it's free, quick and you dont have to replace anything: If you have a steel windshield wiper arm and the wiper is experiencing little contact with the windshield, just bend the windshield arm about 4 inches ...


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Fixed. Turns out, the new one doesn't come with an actuator arm, so I undid the bolt (which was not left hand threads) by grasping the arm with a wrench. I am still curious as to how that rubber fastener works.


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It's very unlikely that any jurisdiction would require you to have a working rear wiper, for the simple reason that many vehicles (vans, lorries etc) don't have any rear windscreen at all. And as both James and Paul have said above, you could easily be driving with a load that obscured your rear window in a normal car. In both cases the driver would be ...


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While I cannot interpret Massachusetts law, I can say that for a rear window obstruction "it depends." Mainly it depends on your driving skill and preparedness for driving without the rear view. The rear view is most important when you are in reverse or if you are switching lanes on a multi-lane road. Your ability to use the side mirrors and turn your head ...



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