How to Use Water for Fuel in Your Car

By: Jacky Cooper

There has been a growing movement for years that promotes using water for fuel in your vehicles to generate hydrogen gas. Without any major rebuilding anyone's vehicle can be modified to run on regular tap water!

Now I had read and heard about expensive hydrogen fuel cell cars but it always seemed these were a thing of the future and the price of the vehicle would make them unaffordable to those of us who really need to save money everyday. The trick it seems is not to reinvent the car but to use the natural occurring water droplets in gasoline to boost your gas mileage from 59% to 70%! Here is how it works.

There are easy and inexpensive devices that use a little electricity out of your car's battery, to separate water into a gas called HHO (2 Hydrogen + 1 Oxygen). HHO, also called Hydroxy or Hydrogen*Oxygenâ„?, burns beautifully and provides tons of energy - while the end product is just water! Mobile Magazine says HHO provides the atomic power of Hydrogen, while maintaining the chemical stability of water. An HHO fuel is about three times as potent and efficient as normal gasoline.

So the end result is turning my vehicle into a water hybrid with gas mileages upwards of 66-80 mpg. With the savings alone the quality of life for our family will increase greatly let alone the reduced emissions to help the environment. And believe it or not there are actually Government programs that will pay you or give you tax credit for doing this!

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