The rear washer on my Pathfinder and Xterra would spray and hit the window while moving or standing still. Hard to figure the washer would dribble by design. Maybe the hose is pinched or the nozzle is restricted.
No way it would be designed that way. Even my crappy Ford Expedition sprayed the rear window well (now, wiper, that's another story..). I'll have them look at it when I take it in. It must be fixed ;-)
Its designed that way. going down the road at highway speed there is a burble created behind the rear hatch. This creates a sort of vacumm which will tend to pull the water away from the glass. By keeping it in a stream it stays on the glass and the wiper is to spread it around.
I"m no expert, but I could swear my Expedition sprays the liquid nice and evenly. I've still got the thing - I'll go try it. Anyway, what's wrong with designing it so that it works well at low speeds? - If they dribble it out, then it won't fly onto the guy behind you?
If it does not have wheels and an engine I have no interest, OK well maybe just an engine. As far as women, let's just say I've learned my lesson. Baseball lost me for good during the last "labor" strike.