How To Run Your Car On Water
Last Updated: 6th July, 2008
Converting your car to run on water is proven to lower fuel costs, increase mileage - and help the environment. But, up until recently, it was also pretty expensive - the only way to convert your car to water was to get it done professionally, which could cost as much as $2,000. Even stand-alone conversion kits can sell for as much as $500.
Luckily, the last six months has seen a crop of conversion-kit guides, which show how to convert your car to water yourself - using low cost materials, and with little or no technical knowledge required.
We decided to sit down and review these new guides - our key criteria were ease-of-use, affordability of materials, and speed of installation.
Overall, we were pleasantly suprised with the results - the technology evidently does work, and if you pick the right guide, you could well be up and running in a few hours.
We reviewed 11 water fuel kits - only 3 met our criteria:
Sizeable Fuel Savings - at least 40% more fuel efficiency
Fast and Easy Setup - in only a few hours, even for novices
Affordable Set-Up Cost (well under $100)
Ease of Use Fuel Savings Customer Support Environment Benefits
"Still the best Water Fuel Kit in 2008..."
July 2008 Update : there is now a promotion running on the site, and it is temporarily available for $49 instead of $297 - as such, we recommend ordering sooner rather than later.
The Verdict: Fast and easy setup; works for complete car novices; proven fuel savings of upto 40% - our top pick
Ease of Use Fuel Savings Customer Support Environment Benefits Highly Recommended Our second pick uses the same technology as our top pick - and again, we were impressed by the fast support, money-back guarantee and low setup costs. The guide includes two bonuses (how to get the IRS to pay for your upgrade and how to make $300 an hour installing the systems for others, arguably worth the cost of the guide on their own.
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