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How To Double Or Triple Your Gas Mileage Running Your Car On Water

Jun 8, 2008
It is hard to believe that you can actually run your car on water after we have used gas for decades. Coming to grips with being able to double or even triple your gas mileage almost sounds ridiculous. However, the technology has been in front of us for quite some time. Unfortunately, it has taken us since the late 1960s and early 1970s to figure it out. Well, better late then never and while paying four and five dollars a gallon, it could not have come at a better time!

Who said you had to be a mechanic to run your car on water? It is understandable that people are afraid of change. When you are set in a routine it is hard to get rid of it in one day. This is why many people still try to shy away from trying to run their car on water. If it isnt because there is a lack of knowledge, it usually has to do with having to assemble the system. I am here to tell you that you do not have to be a mechanic to make this work for you.

Take it from someone who has never worked on a car a day in his life. Yet, taking a few hours out of a weekend, you could learn how to run your car on water and assemble the hydrogen generator under your hood all by yourself. No, you will not hurt your car. All that has to be done is a little reading and away you go! Soon others will be asking you to put theirs on for them and you might make a few bucks on the side.

Run your car on water and increase MPG: Here is just a little bit of information to increase your knowledge about how to run your car on water. It is not the water that makes your car run further. Okay, before you get confused I will explain! HHO gas is extracted from the H2O. There is something called an Electrolyzer Hydrogen generator that looks like a canister you place under the hood.

All you do is take a gallon of water and place it in the canister. While driving, the HHO gas is taken from the water and creates an energy which is sent through your engines system. The result is you being able to get more miles from every gallon of gas. Keep in mind we are trying to keep this simple and there is more involved, but you get the idea of how it works.

Will everyone get the same results? Yes and no. It is important to understand that everyone will increase gas mileage, but the total amount will vary. Everyones vehicle is unique and there are many variables that come into play. Questions to ask like: How well do you take care of your car? How old is it? How far do you drive over the course of a week? Etc... Everything comes into play for each case, but the end result is always positive. All you have to do is set up the system by following the directions. Before you know it, you could possibly get sixty miles to the gallon instead of thirty!
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Alan Largo is the creator and administrator of Fuel Trips and strives to assist others identify with their adverse gasoline situation through informative reviews. You're invited to visit Fuel Trips to read his most recent article review.
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