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Are your wipers causing streaks on your windshield, making funny noises, or not connecting with the glass? If you’re experiencing any of these issues, and it’s been six months to a year since you changed your vehicle’s wiper blades, then now is the time to make the switch. (Exposure to the sun, snow, ice, and rain can cause rubber wiper blades to deteriorate.) Fortunately, changing wiper blades yourself is easy — and typically cheaper than paying someone else to do it! Watch how simple it is to keep your windshield wipers going “swish, swish, swish,” in Direct Auto Insurance’s DIY video tutorial below!

Now that we’ve covered how to replace your wipers, let us help you cover you and your vehicle! Call 1-877-GO-DIRECT, Click, or Come in for a free quote!

Step 1: Depress tab to release wiper.

Step 2: Slide off old wipers.

Step 3: Slide on new wipers!