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I like having mine and use it every once in a while, but: "Now, my friend, the first-a rule of Italian driving - what's-a behind me is not important!"
Interestingly, the Lancer Evolution had a rear wiper, but the standard Lancer didn't.
Not sure if the additional aero bits on the Evo made it makes sense, or if it was 'because racecar'.
The Enemy's gate is down.
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Hmmm, a question that keeps me up many a night?
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about too much
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|Almost as Fast as a Speeding Bullet|
On my 4Runner it is a necessity.
Aeronautics confers beauty and grandeur, combining art and science for those who devote themselves to it. . . . The aeronaut, free in space, sailing in the infinite, loses himself in the immense undulations of nature. He climbs, he rises, he soars, he reigns, he hurtles the proud vault of the azure sky. — Georges Besançon
I use them if I need to see something through the rear window, so yes I do use mine.
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I only use mine very occasionally in heavy wet snow.
I removed the sprayer nozzle and put a camera in it's place.
Sliced bread, the greatest thing since the 1911.
|always with a hat or sunscreen|
Liked the one on my '99 Forester and have at times wished for one on my '03 Sonata.
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Yes, needed on wagons & SUVs...but still rarely used. Just a quick spray and wipe when it gets dirty back there.
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Except for the ones that forget it's on & it's still running 2 days after it's stopped raining.
The Enemy's gate is down.
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Living in western OR...Yes!!
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I drive a minivan on many MANY gravel roads. Without the wiper, I might just as well not have a window.
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|Bunch of savages |
in this town
No. I had one on an older SUV. I never used it. It would fail a state inspection if the wiper wasn't in good condition. Don't understand why a 16" wiper cost $40, when I can by two 24" wipers for $20.
I don't ever recall using it. At all. And I live in an area that gets frequent snow in the winter.
I apologize now...
You might need to drive backwards for a long time.
Or it might rain backwards.
It could happen.
"The world's in a bad way, my man,
And bound to be worse before it mends;
Better lie up in the mountain here
Four or five centuries,
While the stars go over the lonely ocean" - Robinson Jeffers
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I have no comment at this time.
No - in heavy rain you can't see out the back window anyway.
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hell of it
Yes, definitely on some cars. Used to have a hatchback. Definitely helpful and needed in bad rain.
Because in the end, you won’t remember the time you spent working in the office or mowing your lawn. Climb that goddamn mountain. Jack Kerouac
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