Wiper Blades Archive
Windscreen wipers are an essential part of vehicle safety which are typically overlooked. The rubber compound that makes up the wiper is continuously exposed to harsh elements such as sunlight, which can cause significant degradation and possible cracking. A damaged wiper can seriously affect visibility during bad weather, which can subsequently lead to safety issues.
Wiper blade specialist, Denso offers four different types of wiper blades, with its range covering 94.2 per cent of the European car parc.
Trico and Leamoco started working together in May last year and since then sales have grown month-on-month, with garage customers continuing to ask for Trico wiper blades.
Trico will be resuming its chief sponsorship of Britcar Dunlop Endurance Championship winning constructor, Tockwith Motorsports (TMS), for the 2019 season.
Automotive parts brand, Motaquip has relaunched its wiper blade line-up, establishing two new product lines.
Trico, one of the world’s leading windscreen wiper blade developers and suppliers, is predicting significant growth in aftermarket wiper sales over the coming months.
Autoparts Express and Carcessories are extending the joint promotion with Trico wiper blades: for every €100 spent on wiper blades, customers will receive a ticket that could win them a share of more than €10K worth of prizes until the end of November!
Japanparts Group’s Hybird and Flat Wiper blade kits cover the passenger car, light trucks and commercial vehicle markets.
Bosch’s Aerotwin wiper blade has retained its title as ‘Best Wiper Blade’ in the Auto Express Product Awards 2018. This is the product’s second accolade in a matter of weeks, as Auto Express picked the Bosch flat blade wiper as its Best Buy for wiper blades and awarded it a top five star review. Auto