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How About Cars That Run On Water As An Option?

Are you tired of seeing gas costs continue to rise to where they are almost $4 a gallon? Are you tired of battling to make ends meet, hardly being able to afford to fill up your gas tank, while billionaire oilmen are lining their pockets with obscene earnings? Does a motor vehicle necessarily have to run on gasoline, or can it be adapted to another, better technique?

Through the years many products have been tested, but given that they infringe on oil sales, the tests have been halted. Every time you stop at the gas pump plus watch the dollar total climb, you probably curse scientists for not having discovered a better and cheaper way to power cars. A very likely fantasy is cars that run on water – and there have been ads on the web not long ago for exactly that. Is that fiction, or possibly there is a bunch of reality in it? Water includes hydrogen, and a few visionary car manufacturers are doing R&D on vehicles powered by hydrogen.

The power of water is awesome, and so think of having your car run with hydrogen and also oxygen converted by built-up water pressure. Due to the fact the public is not aware of cars like this, it seems a fantasy – but don’t be tricked, they exist right now. Before the electric auto came to be used by the population,it was more than twenty years. At this time, you would have to wait in a queue over a year-long to buy a Smart Car of America, which is powered totally by electricity. There is surely a need to get rid of fuel cars for those that run on something 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 simultaneously pollution has increased dramatically. Environmentalists get picked on a lot, however if it wasn’t for their reports on emissions, our air would be a lot worse than it is. Despite all the insults and taunts cast at them, these guys stuck to their guns and made sure that we continued to have clean air as well as water. We have them to be grateful for thinking of adding ethanol to gas to make it operate cleaner. We should want to do much more, though, because oil prices, substantial as they are already, keep going up, and the significant portion of our oil needs are met by foreign suppliers.

Imagine cutting out oil from abroad altogether, which would be achievable if a car that ran on hydrogen and oxygen combustion was successfully created. How wonderful it sounds to talk about a car that works on ordinary tap water. Autos which will run on hydrogen are already being experimented on by both Ford and also Chevy. Years into the future, as soon as their hydrogen-driven cars are finally released, the waiting list will probably be miles long.