Are you sick and tired of seeing gas prices continue to rise to where they are almost $4 a gallon? The oil giants are becoming wealthier and wealthier by the day, while you must struggle more and more to load your tank, which you probably have to do to put bread on the table. What if there existed other ways, a superior way, for you to power your car?
Many products have gotten to the testing stage over the years, but have then been stopped dead simply because they would adversely impact profits from oil. Any time you take a look at your gas gauge, you are almost certainly wishing there was a better way to run your car. Have you seen the advertisements on the net about a car that can run on water? A terrible joke – or perhaps reality? Water contains hydrogen, and a few visionary car manufacturers are doing R&D on vehicles powered by hydrogen.
We have all observed the devastating outcome of the power of uncontrolled water, so it’s no stretch to picture water pressure being used to convert hydrogen and oxygen. Due to the fact the public is not aware of cars like this, it seems a wish – but don’t be misled, they exist right now. It took more than twenty years of development before the electric car was geared up for widespread sales to the public. If today you want the Smart Car of America, which runs on electric energy only, there exists a waiting list of over a year. There is definitely a need to get rid of gasoline cars for those that run on something altogether different.
There was a time when gas as well as natural gas were cheap forms of energy, one for the car and the other for the house. The price of both forms of energy has escalated on a constant basis, while at the same time pollution has increased dramatically. The guys who get blamed a whole lot, because they drew our awareness to the problem, are the environmentalists, but actually we should thank them because our air is a lot better than it would have been otherwise. They made certain that the world’s supply of air and water stayed relatively clean, but had to endure name-calling and ridicule in the process. The addition of ethanol to gas causes it to operate cleaner, and who do we have to thank for this breakthrough but these folk. However, already astronomical oil costs keep climbing and more has to be done, especially because most of our oil is sourced from abroad.
Instead of being dependent on foreign oil, wouldn’t it be nice to cut them out altogether, and that could possibly happen with a car engine that would run on hydrogen and oxygen burning. Does it appear too good to be correct to use common tap water to run your car? Both Ford and Chevrolet are currently looking into a car that runs on hydrogen. When they finally get introduced years from now, the waiting list for their new hydrogen driven vehicle will most likely be miles long .