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    Senior Member losttourist's Avatar
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    Wondering if this is a common occurrence. At the lights

    first thing this morning behind an suv. Visor up when suddenly

    realize I'm getting a pulsating spray on my face, thankfully

    I wear glasses or I think my eyes would have been burning

    from the washer fluid. Also good I was at a red light

    standing still.

    When I got to work my friend just ha the same experience

    except when it happened to him he was not at a light and he

    doesnt't wear glasses.

    Have to say does wake u up fast.

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    Yup. Has happened to me on a number of occasions - both on the T-Dub and on my bicycle.



    Keep the visor down and get a free wash!
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    Never tailgate a horse trailer.



    I can explain it to you, but I can't understand it for you.

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    LOL, Are you too close to vehicle in front of you? I try to stay back so don't have to breath exhaust fumes and can see everything around me better.
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    I got behind a open trailer hauling fine fine grind beauty bark awhile back. Made me itch the rest of the day.


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    Senior Member losttourist's Avatar
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    Nah I'm not close at all usually 4-5 feet behind them

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    If you ever get that 'pin prick' feeling on a clear day, you either have bad bloodflow or someone is getting you with the washer fluid. Truckers would give me a mist when I was dumb enough to draft. I'm still a little sour on the subject.

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