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Keep Focus on the Road Ahead.
Ford premium wiper blades work tirelessly to keep your view clear in all weather conditions. They do however need to be tested regularly as ozone, airborne contaminants, oil, sunlight and dirt weaken and reduce your wiper blades' performance.

Our Ford premium wiper blades are specifically designed to perfectly fit your Ford vehicle and have a wear indicator to tell you when they need changing. You'll find replacement blades for all our models at yHaynes Ford, including our advanced flat blades with a very low profile for improved wind resistance at high speed.

Replacement Windscreen Wipers

Your windscreen wipers are essential to safe driving - clearing rain and dirt from your windscreen and ensuring you can see the road ahead (and behind) clearly. Like many parts of your car, wiper blades deteriorate over time and should be checked regularly.

If your windscreen wipers are no longer working effectively, don’t leave it until another downpour severely reduces your visibility before you get them changed. We stock replacement wiper blades to fit the widest range of vehicle makes and models.

A clear view of the road ahead

At any time of year, muck and grime can quickly build up on your windscreen. During the winter months dirt from wet and sleety roads is propelled into the air by the tyres of passing vehicles or the car in front making visibility very difficult in a short space of time. While the summer months generally see less inclement weather, this can lead to an accumulation of dry dirt & dust and your view can be obscured due to a build-up of bugs hitting the windscreen, particularly when driving at speed on motorways. In either case, you’ll want to be able to clean your windscreen quickly and easily so you can see the road ahead clearly.  

When to replace your windscreen wipers

We generally recommend that you replace your wiper blades every 12 months to ensure they continue to provide maximum visibility. However, if your windscreen wipers exhibit any of the following behaviours, it may suggest you have a problem and you should get your windscreen wipers checked out.
  • Wiper blades leave streaks on the windscreen
  • Some parts of the windscreen are left wet and dirty
  • Wiper blades have visible cracks and splits in the rubber edge or ‘squeegee’
  • Wiper blade is not making contact with the windscreen
  • Wipers judder and no longer move smoothly over the windscreen
  • Wipers make a lot of noise and squeal when they pass over the windscreen
  • Ineffective windscreen wipers can result in an MOT failure, so make sure you check and replace your damaged wipers before taking your MOT test.
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