You no longer have to break your bank account for fuel expenses! With a water powered car, the massive annual savings from fuel costs and the healthy perks of a pollutant-free car will be yours.
Through the use of water combined with gas, you can boost up your mileage by 30 to 50%! Not to mention your engine?s life and power would be greatly lengthened. And the technology backing water powered cars are pretty simple and inexpensive.
This idea is NOT a new one. Cars running PURELY on water are still being tested and researched and it may take a long time before they?re publicly available. And there are 2 BIG reasons why.
First off, the oil and fuel businesses are preventing this and are doing the best they can to make the most out of the people’s need for fuel. Next, it would break the back on consumers as the expenses for these cars are massive!
You can now convert your vehicle into a water powered car that combines the power of water and gasoline. And there?s no need to worry about getting your cars interiors and parts into trouble. Matter of fact, the use of water as alternative fuel enhances combustion which means there?ll lesser carbon and filth build up.
And that also saves you and your car from the devastating effects of fuel combustion.
Water is an excellent coolant. And if you use that in substitute for gas, your car’s parts won’t overheat and breakdown and you’ll enjoy smoother driving for a long time to come. And by the way, you no longer have to put up with a clanking engine.
Any way you look at it, you’re saving money from 2 things – first you’re protecting your budget from the ever-increasing price of fuel and second you’re protecting your car from breakdowns and overheating which means you don’t have to spend on repairs and maintenance.
Anybody, even those with zero technical knowledge, can convert their wheels to a water powered car, and it would NOT cost them more than $200! Why not give it a try? Your car and your pocket will surely love it!
Author: Dr. Richard EsguerraThis author has published 1 articles so far.