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A Pitcher of Water and 900 Miles - A Car Story

Mar 21, 2008
Let's breakdown the cost of traveling 900 miles and for this discussion let's only take into account the fuel costs involved. For now let's ignore the wear and tear on your car or truck and let's not get into the deeper issue of the cost to the environment from the pollution generated.

All that aside, it's very easy to measure the affects that higher than acceptable fuel prices have on our daily lives. However, you may not know how dramatic that effect has become.

It doesn't matter if your car uses regular unleaded, mid grade unleaded, or super unleaded; gasoline is very high... In fact, fuel costs are out of control and that includes you Diesel buyers as well.

To travel 900 miles in vehicle that gets 20 miles to the Gallon at today's current rate of $3.15 would cost you about $141.75. Also take into account that the average driver drives his automobile about 15,000 miles per year.

That would mean close to 17 of those 900 mile trips. So you can expect to be spending close to $2,400.00 per year just on your gasoline or diesel fuel cost. How does that affect you? Let me explain.

Just a few years ago when gasoline costs hovered around the $2 mark and we naively believed that was as high as the price could ever go and we started making concessions in our lives to compensate for that above average price increase.

Now, not even five years later there is another huge $1.15 per gallon jump in fuel costs and that huge increase directly translates into nearly $900 in fewer dollars in our pockets every year and that type of income severally affects the core of the family structure. How? Let's take a look.

Let's just take a family night out at the local theater. I guess a good estimate would be about $20 for a family of three to go see a show together - matinee of course.

The recent jump in gasoline prices would take away three great weekends per month, every month for an entire year. It's the small things that were loosing with this gas price crunch, and those are the major things that really count in our lives, or at least they should.

Its not that we can't afford to buy our kids the fancy sports car they really wanted because we know eventually the teenager can and will get passed such material things. Such things don't undermine the family structure.

Yet the family time we miss being together, sharing good times are lost forever. Now I only picked the theater from the top of my head. It actually could be any low cost to moderate event you otherwise could afford if you weren't spending all of your money filling up the tank.

Five years ago it was no big deal taking the family out every weekend. Today, that's an entirely different story and it's affected our family bonds, ruining our economy and causing tension in and out of the home. So is there any good news?

The good news is that unlike when the gas prices first began to climb years ago, there is now a viable alternative free fuel source and process to tap into that fuel that has been refined enough for every day use.

This fuel source can put much of that $900 lost to outrageous gas prices back into your pocket and it's a very simple process. A single pitcher of water contains about 1800 Gallons of a very potent Fuel called HHO, which is also called Hydrogen Gas.

That single pitcher of water would supply enough hydrogen gas to blend with your auto's gasoline or diesel fuel to significantly increase your vehicles MPG by as much as 50% plus its report that single pitcher of water would last you for 900 miles.

Hold on, it does get better. This process of breaking down water into hydrogen gas works so well that you can rewind the fuel costs back to well before the $2 mark to effect.

Your auto can become so fuel efficient that its like you are actually spending as little as $1.60 for a gallon of gasoline, while others are spending $3.15.

Hydrogen gas is a powerful fuel source; it's far more efficient than fossil fuels and best of all its free energy... It comes straight from tap water.
About the Author
Michael Littles is a big supporter of the continued development of Hydrogen as a fuel source and provides a free video for all those who want to learn more about this technology. Get your free video by visiting: http://www.H2O-n2fuel.com
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