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Run Your Car on Water

As gas prices steadily increase with no end in sight, many car owners are in search of solutions to combating those high fuel costs.

Along with other options such as purchasing a high cost hybrid or gas free devices, information on how to run your car on water is increasingly becoming a solution of interest to quite a few consumers.

The increase in gas prices has been observed for many reasons. Crude oil prices have been on the rise and gasoline prices have followed suit.

We are experiencing nearly $4 per gallon prices and should not be surprised to see this jump to $5 sometime in the near future. Some of the reasons you will hear for this is the need for equilibrium, supply problems, and price targeting by big oil. No matter the reason, don’t expect to see prices fall anytime soon.

So in the meantime, consumers look to alternatives other than gasoline to keep their cars buzzing down the highways. The auto industry’s solution is the hybrid electric vehicle, or HEV. These vehicles use an electric motor with gasoline to give you more miles to the gallon. They also have reduces emissions and offer less pollutants than a pure gasoline engine.

But these cars still use some form of gasoline and many are looking to become independent of this form of fuel. Sources are turning to water. Water itself has energy that can be tapped into. And as far as emissions control, water would be the cleanest fuel that you can burn.

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Is it possible to be true? Can you really take a car from running on nearly $4 a gallon fuel to just pennies? Is this even possible? If so, how?

Yes, it is possible to run your car on water. All that is required is for you to build a "water-burning hybrid." This would take the installation of a simple, often home-made electrolysis cell under the hood of your vehicle.

No, you can pull the garden hose up to your car, turn the water on and fill up the tank. Running your car on water does not mean you simply replace gas in the fuel tank with water, and off you go. However, you can convert your car to run as a hydrogen cell fueled car that will increase your gas mileage dramatically and reduce emissions.

The point is to use electricity from the car's electrical system to electrolyze water. This would convert it from a liquid, and break it down into its components into a gaseous mixture of hydrogen and oxygen. The mixture is in a ratio of 2:1 hydrogen atoms to oxygen atoms (H2O).

The gaseous mixture is piped into the intake manifold and replaces a portion of gasoline, thereby increasing your fuel economy. This replacement causes you to use less gasoline and results in savings in your weekly fuel costs. Savings are touted to be up to 300%. 

By using this method to fuel your car, you would also be doing your part in protecting the environment. Water is less toxic than gasoline and free of toxic pollutants that now fills the air every single day that you drive your gasoline fueled car.

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