Make Your Car Run On Water: The Best Book Guide On How To Make Your Car Run On Water With Smart Facts On Water Powered Car, And Water Fuel Plus Essential Tips On How To Your Run Your Car With Water, Running Cars On Water And A Lot More!by Morrison
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Naturally, with today’s gas prices, you are thinking about alternate ways to make your car run without the high cost of gasoline. You have probably also noticed that there are ads on the internet about making your car run on water and have most likely wondered “what’s that all about?” Can you really make your car run on water and if so, how?
Actually automobile manufacturers are already experimenting with this possibility. Hydrogen operated cars are in the future for all of us. We already know the power of water as we watch water power in places like Hoover Dam. Imagine being able to allow the pressure of water build up and convert to hydrogen and oxygen, thus allowing your car to run? This is not some pipe dream but reality.
If you follow the plans outlined in this book, you will not only be able to save on fuel, but you will be able to save the environment as well. Instead of burning harmful vapors, you will be burning hydrogen. The air will thank you and most of all, your pockets will thank you when you do not have to continually empty them at the gas station.
This book will not only talk about how to get your car to run on water and the process that you have to undergo to get the car to run on water, but how the many kits that you see online work and how they can work for you. You have probably seen the kits online that can make your car run on water and wondered how they work. There is a difference between those kits and what you will learn in the beginning of this book.
So, let’s get started. Here is a step by step guide on how you can make your car run on water.
- Nate J. Morrison
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Loaded with to much political hype and there aren't any schematics or drawn plans. Only written descriptions. Some content was interesting, but I didn't see anything on new model cars that have O2 sensors. The author mentions that you should do this on a older car and not a family car though. The warning is there though.