How much does it cost to replace stolen windshield wipers?

I came back to my car after grocery shopping and my wipers were gone! How much does it cost to replace stolen windshield wipers?

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Answer provided by
Bonnie Stinson
Answered on Jul 29, 2022
Oh no, sorry to hear that! To replace stolen windshield wipers, you can expect to pay between $20 and $30.
If your rubber blades are missing, you can swing by an auto supply shop to pick up replacement wiper blades. It will cost you about $30 depending on your make and model.
If the thief damaged or removed your car’s wiper arm or other relevant parts, then you might have to pay a professional mechanic to install new parts. That might cost upwards of $100.
While this annoying situation is probably not worth filing a claim, now might be a good time to make sure you’re happy with your car insurance coverage. Who knows, maybe next time it’ll be a parking lot collision!
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