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Truth About Devices That Improve Fuel Economy

 


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You may have come across some commercial products that are marketed as devices that improve fuel economy, helping you to increase the mileage of your vehicle and save money as a result. However, there have been debates on whether they truly deliver as promised or just pure scams. Well, you may judge for yourselves after reading some of the facts about “devices that improve fuel economy" here.

The Federal Trade Commission has tested more than 100 devices that claim to save gas - some up to 25% - and found not one significantly improved gas mileage as claimed. In fact, the FTC found that some may actually damage the car's engine.

The Environmental Protection Agency, EPA, has also tested over 100 supposed gas-saving devices - including mixture “enhancers" and fuel line magnets - and found that very few provide any fuel economy benefits. The devices that work provide only marginal improvements.

EPA tests fuel saving products to determine whether they significantly improve fuel economy as claimed in their ads. However it does not conduct any durability tests and therefore, is in no position to inform us what harm these products might bring to a car or its performance.

From these facts presented, we can sort of make out how these commercialized so called “devices that improve fuel economy" fare in the eyes of the authorities. Majority were either found to be incapable of fulfilling the claims they made or the improvements in terms of saving gas is not significant or up to expectation. Worse, they could even pose a safety hazard.

However, all is not lost. I happen to come across a website that promotes a DIY system that uses water to supplement gasoline to enable vehicles including cars and trucks run for longer distances with the same full tank. There is a growing community of users who are using this system and are actively promoting it. Some have even made a business out of it. Unlike those commercial devices that claim to improve fuel economy, it is inexpensive to put together and will not damage your engine in any way.

Find out how you can put together devices that improve fuel economy and save money as well as the environment here .

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