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 have to struggle more and more to load your tank, which you most likely have to do to put bread on the table. What if there existed yet another way, a superior way, to power your vehicle?
Because of the potentially devastating impact on oil profits, numerous promising solutions have not got beyond the testing phase. A simple glance at the gas gauge is enough to make anybody wish for a less expensive way to run their car. A very likely fantasy is cars that run on water – and there have been ads on the web lately for exactly that. A poor joke – or maybe certainty? Actually there are car manufacturers who are working on this possibility, and the future of the automobile is that it may run on hydrogen produced by water.
The energy of water is awesome, and so think about 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 fooled, they exist right now. Before the electric vehicle came to be used by anyone,it was more than two decades. Right now, there is more than a year’s waiting list for the Smart Car of America, which runs just on electric energy. There is surely a need to get rid of gas cars for those that run on something different.
There seemed to be a time when gas and also 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 grown on a steady basis, while concurrently pollution has increased dramatically. We need to thank the guys who blew the whistle on the detrimental effects of emissions, the environmentalists, but ironically they get held accountable instead. They made sure 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 perform cleaner, and who do we have to thank for this breakthrough 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.
Instead of being dependent on international 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 real to use ordinary tap water to run your car? Both Ford plus Chevrolet are currently exploring a car that runs on hydrogen. Years into the future, as soon as their hydrogen-driven cars are finally brought out, the waiting list will probably be miles long.