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Porsche's engineers cut the weight of the carbon fiber and aluminum car by 86 pounds, to 1872 pounds, by dropping useless frills like the windshield wipers, lights, air conditioner, electronic race controls, and the pneumatic jack.
Also make sure your windshields are clean and wipers are in good shape.
The Touring Premium Package adds automatic headlights; LED fog lights; navigation; a premium 12-speaker Bose audio system; rain-sensing wipers; rear backup sensors; second-row retractable sunshades; satellite radio; and a sunroof.
The headlights also illuminated when the windshield wipers were activated.
On the drive back from the county fair in fall '16, Daines was behind the wheel, struggling with the wipers and the defroster, as the rain had left a thick mist hanging in the Central Texas air.
During the mixing process, the wiper helps prop the whisk off of the table to avoid messy surfaces and even catches drips with sat upright.
Janice triggers her windshield wipers, cutting obese arches against the snowfall.
Via Jack, some inventive inspirations from the Geneva Motor Show, where headlights, tires, windscreen wipers, and even autonomous vehicle concepts got whole new looks.
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Definition of wiper
- White bass and striped bass have solid stripes on their bodies. The hybrid fish, also called wipers or whiterock bass, have broken horizontal stripes, grow larger than white bass and are more tolerant of warm water than stripers.
- —D'Arcy Egan
- While wipers are far from unpalatable, their flesh is of a coarser texture and tastes a little more "fishy" than crappie or walleye fillets.
- —Steve Davis
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