Water Powered Car = Increase Your Gas Mileage

By: Ernie Carroll

or hydrogen/oxygen powered cars, using 100% water as fuel is real.

Actualy, this technology has existed for quite some time, only to be suppressed by the big
time oil companies, who stand to lose the most. Many patents, inventions have been bought and then the project is shelved. The big oil companies have tried to stop the power of water from being used in the automotive industry, but when something really works, it's virtualy impossible to keep it a secret. Thousands of successful water-conversions around the world are proof that this technology works. Some industry insiders say its just a matter of time before a will be standard in new automobiles. The good news is, you can use this technology for yourself today, and the materials are easily found at your local hardware and auto-parts stores.

How Does It Work?

Water can be used to fuel a car when used as a supplement to gasoline. In fact, very little water is needed, only one quart of water (tap water) provides over 1800 gallons of HHO gas which can literally last for months and significantly increase gas mileage and improve emissions quality.
Electricity from your car's battery is used to separate water into a gas called HHO (2 Hydrogen + 1 Oxygen). HHO burns smoothly and provides significant energy - while the end product is just H2O! HHO provides the atomic power of Hydrogen, while maintaining the stability of water. The process is very safe because the combustible gas is extracted as needed and burned steadily from the water, unlike larger volumes of pure hydrogen (stored in a large tank) which are highly flammable.

Other Benefits of a Water Powered Car

Works on gas or diesel powered cars, vans,trucks, and SUVs. (Not yet tested on hybrid cars)

No need for distilled water or special water additives, plain tap water is fine.

40% more fuel efficient car, and cleaner emissions.

The process is very safe because the combustible gas is extracted as needed and burned steadily from the water.

Due to clean emissions, it is great for the environment.

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