What does it mean if you find money on your windshield?
Law enforcement officials say an urban legend might actually be happening. Criminals are apparently leaving $100 bills on the windshields of cars in Maryland. When shoppers get into their vehicles, they notice money, and hop out to grab the cash. That’s when the thieves strike, hopping into the car and driving off.
What does it mean when someone raises your windshield wipers?
With each passing winter, more and more drivers are flipping up their wiper arms when the weatherman calls for freezing weather. The thought is simple; lifting the wiper blades from the windshield will prevent them from freezing to the glass during freezing weather conditions.
Why do people put their windshields up?
Propping Wipers Up:
Prevents damage to the wiper motor, should you turn on the ignition and have accidentally left the wipers on (and they’re frozen to the windshield). Prevents damaging the rubber, when you have to chisel them away from the windshield. Makes clearing away snow and ice from the windshield easier.
How do thieves Mark cars?
Sometimes thieves mark cars to steal and sell on for parts. They simply use a marker pen to mark the car. There’s also reports of criminals pushing in wingmirrors to further draw attention to the car. They might even try to gain access to the car if the driver gets out to readjust the mirror.
How do I keep my windshield wipers from being stolen?
Keep the “head” of the zip tie under the cover (back side of the cover for a clean look). Zip tying the covers to the arm will make the act of stealing the wipers a bit more difficult and maybe deter the next thief.
Should you leave your windshield wipers up?
Keeping them up makes it easier to clear off snow and ice from your windshield without causing any damage to your wipers. This can also reduce the risk of damage to the wiper motor. Leaving wipers on when you turn the engine off isn’t a good idea in winter.
Why do you put windshield wipers up in snow?
LIFT THEM UP
“Lifting the wiper blades makes it easier to scrape your windshield when you get out to your car. It also reduces wear and tear on the rubber wiper blades because they are not freezing to the glass and being scraped off by your scraper,” said Elliot.
Why do people put their windshield wipers up in the summer?
Because the summer outside the long exposure, the car surface temperature can reach more than 50 degrees, in other words, the eggs can be put to the fried, and the wiper material is generally rubber objects, prolonged exposure will make Wiper deformed, resulting in the wiper’s non-normal use of scratches.
Can I use wd40 on wiper blades?
Spray some WD-40 all over the windshield and the blades. And wipe clean with a rag. All the residue will come off in a jiffy. Tip: Cover your car when parked.