I find solace in the fact that this is a thing
@1371, I like seeing those people using max wiper speed in a slight drizzle. Weakness at its finest
@Rackbutt, Elderly Asian women
@1371, I can confidently say that o have never every once in my life ever experienced this feeling while driving
@Rackbutt, learned to drive in Miami. It's like boi you gotta save the high speed wipers for when the hurricane comes rolling through
@1371, I don’t even use my wipers
Mofo, I’m just trying to see. This flex is oddly relatable though.
I use rainx, so I literally never use my wipers until I pull into a garage, lol
@FakeFurball, just use the rain-x orange wiper fluid. Works just as well
@Not him again, yup, that's what I do. So basically, my wipers only come on when it's dry, lol
Used to worry about this... Then I got my CDL and learned it doesn't matter how fast you use them... Put them on fast to help watch for other idiots on the road.
Am I the only one that does this with sunglasses too?
@xxbelladogexx, I’ll wear sunglasses until the sun disappears completely under the horizon. Hell, sometimes I’ll be around at nightfall and forget they are on. I’ve always thought it would be interesting if Daylight Savings Time shifted 12 hours so my work hours actually fell during the dark.
I use my car’s auto wipe setting to avoid this, I don’t need that extra stress in my life
@InsaneWolf, ...until you have to drive another car that doesn’t have this feature. It’s the little things like automatic wipers you notice when all of a sudden you don’t have them lol
The orange rain-x wiper fluid and Trico Titan wiper blades. You'll barely have to use them.