Are you looking for a way to run your car on water? A 100% water engine is still in the process of invention and may be very expensive to build. Therefore, it would not be a smart financial investment to build one. To name a few manufacturers like Honda and Toyota, are looking for ways to make it a cheaper technology. However, you do not have to wait for the technology to convert your car into a water-gas hybrid. The technology is here already. Many people are satisfied and saving thousands of dollars with their converted cars. Who wouldn’t be? Imagine being able to double your mileage by just installing a hydrogen generator. Yes that is right! Doubling your car’s mileage. Is that not amazing? There are numerous websites across the web where you will find detailed articles or videos which will show you how to convert your car to run partially on water. You will be able to increase your mileage up to 200%. They have installed it on a Toyota Corolla and it runs up to 67 MPG. Just imagine how much money you will be saving each month.
Water is supplemental to gasoline or diesel fuel. However it is possible and very easy to extract energy from water in order to run your car. There are water-to-energy converters available online based on a simple technology. It is one of the most practical free-energy devices, marked by extraordinary simplicity and effectiveness. Based on old forgotten science that is well documented in US Patents many companies have developed devices that use a little electricity out of your car/truck battery, to separate water into a gas called HHO (2 parts Hydrogen + 1 Oxygen). HHO, also called Brown Gas which burns beautifully and provides tons of energy – while the end product is just WATER! Mobile Magazine says: HHO provides the atomic power of Hydrogen, while maintaining the chemical stability of water. Factually, Brown Gas is 3 times more potent than gasoline and is a fast growing trend for boosting performance and MPG. This is a 90 year old suppressed technology which these companies are using today.
We cannot rule out the fact that in the near future this suppressed technology will rule the automobile industry and cars running on water will be seen plying on every street.