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Have you seen all those ads showing you how a car can run on water? Do you ever stop to ponder whether water fuel technology has actually advanced to a point where you can actually run your car on water? Imagine the savings in fuel cost!

Cars that run on water and water alone are still in the experimental stage. Some car manufacturers claim they will introduce H2O cars by the year 2010. By then, gasoline could be in the $20 to $30 a gallon range! Oh my! I hope that attempt at a little humor is not prophetic.

Water is being used, right now, to help create a terrific catalyst. Through a method of electrolysis a gas known as HHO is formed. This, briefly, is how it works. A small electrical charge from the car battery is surged through a water supply. Two metal plates will in turn take the charges and the result is HHO.

The HHO is introduced into the fuel supply of your vehicle and used as a booster, or catalyst. When the HHO mixes with the gasoline it causes a neat little transformation. The gas/air mixture forms a very fine mist that cause the gasoline to burn more efficiently and completely. Gas mileage is increased dramatically. As an added bonus for the environment, emissions are much cleaner.

Gas mileage will increase by 40 to 60%. Using the low end of gas prices, or around $4 a gallon, and an average of 20 miles per gallon before installing one of the run your car on water kits, it doesn't take a math whiz to realize the savings could run into hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars each year.

So, what is the first step? You will want good, thorough blueprints and instructions. You could purchase the actual ready to install kit for around $800 to $1200. But, good plans for the do it yourself types will only run $50 to $150. Try and pick a plan somewhere in the middle of that price range. Make sure the company offers after the sale technical help and advice. While it is usually not required you will feel more at ease knowing the assistance is there if needed.

That, in brief, is how a car can run on water. Water, used as a catalyst with hydrogen, can help you run your car on water. The kits do not void a car's warranty and the fuel savings can be quite remarkable. The timing is right to give this water fuel technology a try.

You can join the thousands of others who have increased their gas mileage by up to 60%. How much money would that increase save you? Interested? Stop procrastinating! Learn more about the Truth About Water Fuel Technology here. Start saving today! You can thank me tomorrow.

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