Popular Myths on How to Save Fuel

by : Fred Lang

The Internet is so full of information that often it is hard to extract the truth from myth. There are too many scammers looking to take your money. They aren't concerned if what they are saying is true. A good company will have facts to stand on and testimonials from real customers. There is a company which promises to save mileage if you put your car on water systems. This company has it's stuff together. They even show you their technology and explain how it works before you buy anything. They show you how to run your car on water to increase your mileage.

Although many tips on how to save gas are little things you should be doing anyways, they don't have a thing to do with gas mileage. Air filters should be changed regularly, but dirty ones don't affect how many miles you get per gallon of fuel. The fuel air mixture is automatically adjusted by computer sensors and will compensate before any efficiency is lost. Cars on water technology are more effective than that.

I've read on a lot of sites that getting to the pumps when it is cooler out will get you more volume for you dollar. This just isn't true. The temperature does vary slightly, but not enough to make a significant difference that warrants waking earlier in the morning to hit the station. Depending on where you live, this may cause you to lose money because the earlier you wake, the more time your vehicle may need to defog before taking off. Running time = gas burnt. Instead, try your car on water to energy systems.

Air conditioner use is a huge controversy. Experts argue which is worse on mileage; keeping windows down and increasing wind drag or cranking your car's AC. Your best bet is to keep your windows up and run your blower only on nice days and only run your AC intermittently on hot days. The same goes with your heater. Wear your coat while driving and only use it when truly needed. You could be as comfortable as you want and still save on mileage if you invest in a system that allows the operation of your car on water that is converted to energy and burned as fuel.

Bioethanols are pretty much the gasoline's equivalent to biodiesel. They are the most commonly used biofuel in the world, and are pretty darn expensive. Learn how to run your car on water and save lots of money with the least amount invested.