How About Automobiles That Run On Water As An alternative?

With fuel prices at nearly $4 to the gallon, how do you feel about having watched prices rise and rise again, up to these astronomical levels? By the day extra billions in income are being made by the oilmen, while ordinary folk find it increasingly hard to put gas in the tank and generally sweat at stretching their budgets to previously unheard of limits. What if there existed another way, a superior way, to power your car or truck?

Many products have gotten to the testing stage through the years, but have then been stopped dead due to the fact they would adversely affect profits from oil. A simple glance at the gas gauge is enough to make everyone wish for a less expensive way to run their car. Have you seen the advertisements on the net about a car that can run on water? Is that fiction, or perhaps there is some truth in it? Water includes hydrogen, and a few visionary car manufacturers are doing R&D on vehicles powered by hydrogen.

As we know from nature, water can be a literal powerhouse, so picturing a car run on the conversion of hydrogen and oxygen through water pressure is not that difficult. Cars like this already exist, however the public is actually unmindful of them. It took over twenty years of advancement before the electric car was geared up for widespread sales to the public. Right now, there is more than a year’s waiting list for the Smart Car of America, which works just on electric energy. There is definitely a need to get rid of gas cars for those that run on something else.

Quite some time ago, a conveniently inexpensive form of energy for cars was petrol, and for houses so was natural gas. The price of both forms of energy has grown on a steady basis, while concurrently pollution has increased dramatically. The guys who get blamed a lot, because they drew our attention 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 were the ones that put up with the name calling and in some cases worse, to make certain that the earth’s water and air remained clean. The addition of ethanol to gas causes it to run cleaner, and who do we have to thank for this discovery but these folk. However, already astronomical oil prices keep rising and more has to be done, especially because the majority of our oil is sourced from abroad.

Imagine cutting out oil from abroad once and for all, which would be feasible if a car that ran on hydrogen and oxygen combustion was successfully created. Does it seem too good to be true to use ordinary tap water to run your car? Both Ford and Chevrolet are at the moment looking into a car that runs on hydrogen. Years into the future, when their hydrogen-driven cars or trucks are finally brought out, the waiting list will probably be miles long.

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