Some 210,000 vehicles suffered criminal damage such as smashed windows, slashed tyres and broken windscreen wipers
in 2016, compared with 191,000 in 2013, according to data obtained by RAC Insurance.
The white van man had tied a piece of string around his broken windscreen wipers
and then attached the thread to his gearstick, police said.
From the railways to hydro-electric power, from lightbulbs to windscreen wipers
, many of the things that people take for granted now have their origins in this region.
METRO passengers were faced with delays after windscreen wipers
on a train failed.
MORE than a thousand cars allegedly being kept in a secure park near an airport have been found in a muddy field, many with their keys under the windscreen wipers
1921: The first British patent for windscreen wipers
was registered by Mills Munitions of Birmingham.
com Nurburgring 1000, put the Aston Martin V12 Vantage GT3 crew on the back-foot from the outset and a subsequent electrical issue with the windscreen wipers
only added to the difficulties and cost significant time.
Formula 1 racing car constructor McLaren has revealed that this system can lead to a total wipe-out of windscreen wipers
on new cars, the Daily Express reported.
Taking just a "Minute Or Two", the 10-step checklist takes owners through a series of quick-and-easy checks, from headlights and tyres to windscreen wipers
and fluid levels.
The free Bosch wipers initiative urges drivers to consider the road safety implications of poor visibility and raises awareness of the essential role windscreen wipers
play in allowing drivers to maintain good visibility.
A Vietnamese traffic police officer has been taken on a hair-raising ride in Hanoi, clinging to the windscreen wipers
of a moving bus for nearly a kilometre.
The automaker is recalling the vehicle because of a problem with their windscreen wipers