I found rear wipers to be very useful on my minivans in the winter.
When driving in light snow, it would accumulate on the rear window. A
quick swish of the wiper took care of it much quicker than the
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I've been driving for almost forty years. I have never had a need to
look out the rear window of any vehicle I have driven over the years.
Side mirrors are far more accurate to use to keep track of what is going
on around any vehicle.
On 10/22/09 6:47 PM, in article Xns9CACC938479B2tegger@220.127.116.11,
The one I've seen in a Nissan dealership was fenced off with velvet rope so
that it could not be approached or, God forbid, touched by prospective
customers. I'm kinda surprised Nissan didn't market it as an Infiniti in
the US. They, at least, wouldn't be afraid of customers actually touching
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