Running your car on water - Is it actually that big of a secret? Well since our countries mainly depend on their oil (all countries that have lots of car transportation). There is a reason why we haven't been doing as much research into electric or hybrid cars.
Whatever happened to electric cars? Lets just say that it is a very political issue. As long as we make money on oil, that is what we are going to be looking forward to for the next “who knows how many years". Anyways. . . it is possible to run your car on water now.
I make it sound so simple, but is it really all its cracked up to be. When people say that “you can run your car on water", are they just saying that to make it sound unrealistic, and the good ol’ saying’ “if it sounds to good to be true, it probably is"?
Let me let you in on the FACTS
Can You Actually Run Your Car on Water?
Yes and No. . . let me explain. We cannot run are cars on JUST water, Yet. In fact I hate when I read from sites that explain this issue, and don't bring up this fact. In order to make these water conversion kits work, you need to have both gas and water in your car. The reason why the water is there is to make it so we use more of the value of our gasoline.
We only use 20% of the gasoline we put in our tanks. If you don't believe me, look it up. 80% of the gas we put in our car goes straight into the air with something we call pollution.
The water conversion guides make it so we use 40% - 70% of our gasoline. This is quite a big chunk when it comes down for saving money on gas.
Imagine filling your tank up all the way with gas. Now look at the price.
Now cut that price in half, and that's what these water conversion kits do.
They are definitely worth the investment of spending less than $200 for a guide and materials. Gas prices are not going to stop rising. In fact, I have heard rumors that our gas price will go all the way to $6/gallon by the end of 2008. This is just a rumor, and I am not trying to scare you, however it's better to be safe than sorry.
The “Run Your Car on Water" conversion kits are all reversible, and do not decrease the value of your car. In fact I have heard of people leasing cars, throwing on one of these conversion kits, and taking it off before the lease ends. Not a bad deal. . .
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