Water Powered Car - Cut Fuel Cost Today

By: Alan
Do you believe that "Water Powered Car" is existed in reality? Yes, Water Powered Car concept is invented by American Stanley Meyer. He installed the water fuel cell device on his 1.6 liter Volkswagen. The function of this device would convert water into hydrogen and oxygen. As a result, he is powering up his car using less energy!

To make this innovation on all commercial cars is possible. In 2005, Honda leased the first commercial hydrogen car by using the hydrogen fuel technology. Next question, how we can make use of this technology to run on all conventional cars that run on gasoline - including you car?

Fuel price is estimated to rise above $4 per gallon in 6 months time. This had become a burden to us, as our car is hungry for gas. As compare with a year ago, we are paying double for the same amount of gas! More and more drivers are searching for alternatives fuel energy to replace gasoline. Hence, "Water Powered Car" is the hottest topic in the town.

By converting water into energy, hydrogen fuel technology allows you to convert your car to water powered car! The main source of hydrogen is water, and hydrogen can be integrated car engine to allow your conventional car to run on liquid hydrogen. You can either get a ready-made market kit at approximate $1,000 or you can do it yourself with the "Water Powered Car" guide which provides you the step by step instruction to convert your car to water powered car.

With a "water powered car", your vehicle's fuel consumption can reduce up to 50% immediately! As hydrogen is a clean energy, you car will produce zero-emissions as compare the carbon exhausts from the conventional gasoline powered cars. On the other hand, your car warranty would not be voided; as the "Water Powered Car" Kit is safe to installed, you can even remove it within seconds.
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