Gas has reached incredible prices , especially throughout North America. Right now people say gas prices are high because of so much demand and low supply , although many experts now say the oil industry has adjusted and there should be no reason for it to be so expensive and keep going up.
Although you can bet that someone was going to come out with a solution. Nope , not electric powered cars but now replacing oil is water. Yes , H20!
The world needs a new type of fuel which:
– Would last long
– Isn’t expensive
Lately big news channels have been examining this product on the internet , such as Fox News. It’s using simple objects , training videos and a written guide that you download from the website so you can do it yourself easily and quickly without having to pay extra labor costs at a garage.
Not only is it cheaper but it is said to do the following ( according to the original website )
– Reduce Smog
– NOT Void your car’s warranty
– Generate free energy to your car OR truck
– Boost Performance
The website explains the process as …
“The electricity in your car will use electricity from your car’s battery to separate water into a gas called HHO (2 Hydrogen + 1 Oxygen). HHO, also called Brown’s Gas or Hydroxy, 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.”
and go on to talk about it’s safety…
“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 which are highly flammable.”
To me that sounded like a foreign language , I knew how to change car tires and that’s as far as my knowledge of automobile mechanics went( not that I’ much better now ), everything is clearly explained .
I give this product 9.8/10 , easy to use , cost efficient and a product we need for today. I haven’t tried it yet , although the instructions were very clear and the video helped a lot. I’ll take out th .2 because….well nothing is perfect in right?