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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHSTA) has stated that the windshield wipers may become inoperative. The issue centers around potentially loose nuts on the wiper’s motor crank arm intended to secure the windshield wipers. The nuts were not properly secured during manufacturing. This could reduce driver visibility, therefor increasing the risk of a crash.
You can do your part to wipe out breast cancer with AutoTex PINK windshield wiper blades.
Now available for purchase on Amazon.com, the AutoTex PINK blades are working to “Wipe Out Breast Cancer” by donating part of its proceeds to support those affected by breast cancer and to help fund ongoing research.
“We are so excited to be able to offer our windshield wiper blades on Amazon.com,” said Paula Lombard, WEXCO president and co-founder of AutoTex PINK. “AutoTex PINK is committed to doing our part to help the cause. Having our wiper blades available on Amazon.com will be a big boost to meeting our goal of helping fund continuing research that will hopefully one day eliminate this disease.”
One of the most common cancers to afflict women, breast cancer comes in second only to skin cancer. And since AutoTex PINK is a woman-owned company, they decided to take action by partnering with the National Breast Cancer Research Foundation in the United States and the Breast Cancer Society of Canada.
“The additional exposure of having AutoTex PINK available on Amazon.com will be a great help in getting the word out,” said Lombard. “We have a great product that supports a tremendous cause, now with the help of Amazon.com we can take the message to more people.”
You can help wipe out breast cancer and water off your windshield with these high-quality blades, which come in a standard black and are adorned with a small pink ribbon that is synonymous with breast cancer awareness and research. They’re easy to install, will fit 98 percent of vehicles and are made from natural molded rubber for longer life. You can buy them by clicking here – there are different sizes to choose from, so make sure to get the right size for your vehicle.