Welcome to Tyler's Automotive

Family Owned and Operated Since 1996

You can trust our staff of master mechanics to provide expert auto service and repair. From oil changes and brakes to transmissions and electrical systems, we approach every job with the same level of precision and integrity.

What’s more, we want you to feel like family -- from the moment you make an appointment to the moment drive your vehicle home safe again. It’s how we’ve done business since 1993. No tricks. No pressure. Just honest, exceptional, and complete auto repair—guaranteed.

Tyler’s Automotive is a family-owned business with deep roots in Washington County. With locations in Tigard, Wilsonville, and Newberg, we are able to offer our customers even greater convenience. Take advantage of our online scheduling and free shuttle service.

Finding a reliable and trustworthy auto shop near you is easy. Call Tyler’s today. We’ll get you safely back on the road in no time.

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At Tyler’s Automotive, “Yes, we can take care of that,” is more than a slogan – it’s the philosophy behind everything we do.

 

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Tyler's Automotive has 3 convenient locations to serve you.

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I Can See Clearly Now: Wiper Blade Replacement In Wilsonville



About 90% of our Wilsonville Oregon driving decisions are based solely on what we see. So having a good pair of windshield wipers is extremely important.

Everyone in Wilsonville Oregon has experienced the frustration and fear of not being able to see clearly during a storm, or when our windshield is just dirty. In fact, it’s estimated that 46,000,000 motorists from Portland and across the nation are driving with wipers that can’t adequately clear their windshield in a storm.

It seems like your wiper blades are always at their worst when you need them the most. If that sounds like you, you’ve got plenty of company in the Portland area. 78% of drivers only change their wiper blades after the blades function so poorly that they become a safety hazard.

We need to change our thinking. Instead of blades being something to replace when they fail, we need to consider wiper blades as an important safety component. Then we’ll stay ahead of the storm.

You really ought to replace your wiper blades twice a year; in the spring and the fall. If you live in the colder parts of Oregon, you may even want to get special winter blades in the fall.

Winter blades are designed to resist freezing. Speaking of winter and freezing conditions, if your car has been sitting for a long time and the windshield becomes frozen, don’t use your wipers to clear off snow and ice. That can just shred your blades and may even damage the wiper motor.

Your wiper blades live outside; freezing cold and blistering sun. Over time, they become hard and brittle, and then tear. They also lose their flexibility and just don’t clear the windshield effectively. Worn wiper blades aren’t just a safety hazard; they can also scratch your windshield. That may require replacing the entire windshield – a big cost for such a little part.

AutoNetTV recommends you replace worn blades right away. Your local service center can provide you with a quality replacement blade. They cost about the same as they would at the store – but installation is included at the service center.

Of course you also need washer fluid to help your blades do their work. Even though Tyler's Automotive will top off the washer fluid with a full service oil change, it is a good idea to have some extra fluid at home. It’s a good idea to keep a bottle in the car if you’re on a road trip.

Always use windshield washer fluid. Plain water, even that fancy French bottled water, just doesn’t cut it. It can freeze in the fluid reservoir or on the windshield itself, making things worse. Besides, water won’t do as good job of cleaning your windows.

So follow these tips to keep your windshield clear and your eye on the road.

Find us at:

Tyler's Automotive
9811 SW Wilsonville Road
Wilsonville, Oregon 97070
503.682.9181

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