Fuel costs affect every facet of life. Farm machinery, trucks, boats, trains, school buses, etc. , all consume fuel in order to provide food, transportation, and products for us. We, the end consumers ultimately end up paying for rising fuel costs by higher priced foods, clothing, housing, education, transportation, etc. , as well as our own fuel.
The impact on our transportation industry has far reaching consequences. The American Trucking Association already “…deeply concerned about the impact of diesel price increases on the motor carrier industry and on our national economy…", offers tips for saving on fuel as well as naming truck stops providing the cheapest fuels, etc.
Many school districts, desperately attempting to offset fuel costs while addressing the negative impact on children’s health from toxic exhaust emissions, are being forced to strip money from classrooms, trim bus routes, and eliminate field trips. Charging fees for bus services or requiring students to walk further distances to school are being seriously considered. Some districts in Arizona concerned about health to children’s vulnerable lungs, have begun a program encouraging bus drivers to turn buses off rather than idle.
According to the National Voice for the Marine Charter Industry, fuel prices are “cutting into the ‘already slim profit margins’ of the nation’s 40,000 charter boat operators…. "
Like many consumers searching for fuel budget remedies, including owners of boats, buses, trucks, trains, and automobiles, myriads of fuel additives and/or fuel conditioners have been used and tested resulting in minimal or no noticeable difference in fuel savings, much less reduced emissions. Making matters worse, many left behind damaged engines and/or fuel systems.
One company searching for relief found it when they decided to test yet another fuel conditioner in their quest for emission reduction and fuel savings. Call Sign Magazine made the official announcement that Dial-A-Cab would be testing a fuel conditioner called the UBiee PowerPill Fe-3, promising to publish results in the October 2005 issue.
Call Sign Magazine October 2005 issue published results from all tests, resounding “…drivers say it works!" and they were still talking about it in their February 2006 issue. A further article was also published in the February 2006 issue of The Taxi Globe Newspaper, with interviews of the actual taxi drivers who tested the UBiee PowerPill Fe-3.
Ring SMS UBiee CEO and President, Dr. Michael U. Dolgoruky, not surprised by the fuel savings or emission reductions, stated, “Not only does it help performance, fuel consumption and emissions, but our experience shows that parts connected to the fuel, such as filters and injectors, etc. , are also lasting much longer, also adding to the savings brought on by the Power Pill. In fact, the most recent documented report included a 45% savings within the boating industry. "
Originating at NASA and now manufactured under ISO 9001 Quality Assurance Program, exclusive marketing rights were secured by Ring SMS UBiee in three continents, and the PowerPill, aka, UBiee PowerPil Fe-3, resonates its fuel savings, maintenance savings, and emission reduction around the globe in over 69 countries.
With record high fuel prices, a welcomed helping hand of relief for consumer budgets and the transportation industry resounds via a tested and proven environmentally friendly product known as the UBiee PowerPill Fe-3. Accompanied with a historically proven track record resulting in fuel savings and emission reduction, as well as maintenance savings and extended engine life, the future looks brighter.
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Dee Scrip is a well known and respected published expert author of numerous articles on Fuel Economy, PowerPill Fe-3, Home Business, Business Opportunities, Fundraising, VoIP, VoIP Security, and other related VoIP issues. http://www.helpwithfuelprices.com