My short drive to and from work this morning had the rubber on the bottom of the driver's side wiper flapping back and forth, the wiper virtually useless. It frustrates me to have to buy new wipers when, literally, they've been used less than five times. The dry weather and lack of use dries them out so quickly that they probably last less time than if I used them regularly.
Replacing the wipers is also a challenge for me. Obviously, buying new wipers is few and far between, so I'm not very practiced in it. I threaten to really watch how to take them off hoping that will help me understand how to put them back on. But in the end, I have such trouble with them. They're like a puzzle, and the directions on the package are unclear.
By the time I get to the autoshop, the storm will have passed. There, I'll buy another pair and it'll be another two years before I get to use them again.
But hey, at least it IS raining. It's sorely needed and definitely a welcomed sight.