The gas saver guide is another one of those short guides (76 pages) that talks about improving miles per gallon by combining different methods including a blend of conventional thinking with unconventional things like hho generation. This type of material often has controversy surrounding it.
HHO generators was something I experimented with my self and I entered my truck into the Manatee County HHO games a few years back. Even though the ability to seperate Hydrogen from water using electrolysis has been done for decades, when people start trying to burn it in their cars people start getting upset.
The oil company’s sure don’t like it and armchair scientists start screaming about perpetual motion and other things I don’t understand. I was really interested in this subject when 5 dollar gas looked likely, but with the recent pullback people have lost interest.
All over the net you find a wide variety of information from independent websites, government organizations and educational sites with fuel saving information.
Some self proclaimed experts state they just might have the answers you need to actually increase your fuel economy and save big money at the pump. My advice is to expect no positive results and be pleasantly surprised if you do gain something.
The gas saver guide was to collect this information and provide it in one easy-to-use package. Maybe they grabbed things they had no rights to? Because the original guide to fuel savings was much longer and included the hydrostar plans e-book. This was another water4gas type product that was floating around. Now these people have moved onto dry cells and I haven’t studied up on that yet.
Gas Savers Content
If you search around the net somewhere out there is a complete guide to safe hypermiling. Sometimes It’s included as a free bonus with other mpg packaged infotainment.
The book describes in detail a technique of driving that maximizes fuel economy. The man credited for bringing this tactic to life achieved 59mpg from a vehicle that was rated at 24 with no engine modifications. This hypermiling e-book only discusses the techniques that are considered to be safe. Another e-book that use to be included in the gas saver package was all about hybrid cars.
I made some notes about the report available from this next link. If you ever considered buying a new hybrid car this would be a handy guide. The page I put together talks about the things to consider when buying hybrid cars. Things like comparing real world mpg across all of the models and the tax incentives available that vary from model to model.
Another thing to pay attention to is purchasing gas for the cheapest possible price. It can be amazing how a little research can save you more than a few pennies per gallon. Prices fluctuate as the gas stations tanks are filled.
You may find a station that still has an older supply of fuel that will be much cheaper. Also learn about competition between gas stations and brands and how this can be used to your advantage.
There was many more energy saving techniques like this included in the gas saver guide package. All the material available to you can be used together. And everybody will achieve varied results. It only takes one wide open throttle shot from a red light to beat out that girl in the mustang to ruin a months worth of testing.
Fuel Saving Guides Information
The guide to fuel savings I purchased (no longer available) included instructions to calculate a fuel economy average and helped you maintain and identify a moving record of your fuel and energy usage. This really helped me with my water 4 gas test system.
The free bonus software helped keep track of the data. But you can keep a running log the old fashioned way and achieve the same results. For some reason (in my opinion) when you take the time to keep a running log you become motivated to achieve more miles per gallon. It is also fun to see improved results from week to week. This might just be enough motivation to pass on racing the girl in the mustang from the stop light.
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