Hydrogen from Water?
Is this even remotely capable of increasing fuel mileage?
We've formed a local club here in East Texas to determine fact from fiction with our own Run Your Car on Water project. Check out our local Hydrogen Project and participate if you like.

East Texas Hydrogen Hybrid Autos Website
Updated Jan. 25, 2014

Get Better Fuel Mileage using Synthetic Lubricants and Performance Air Filters
Where do gasoline dollars go?
Crude Oil Prices
Federal and State Taxes
Refining Costs and Profits
Distribution and Marketing
2002 Average
Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration

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How To Fight High Gas Prices?

One way to deal with increased gas prices is to drive less. Another is to improve your driving habits; go easy on the gas pedal. But old habits are hard to break.

Another conservation measure is to be sure your car is using no more fuel than it was designed to use by keeping track of your gas mileage.

You may not notice a drop in fuel economy month by month but it could add up to well over $150 a year. This figure on the typical car using 500 gallons of gas a year at $2.20 per gallon, it works out like this:

  1. If the engine needs a tune-up it could be wasting 15% (or more) of its fuel, due to misfiring spark plugs, inefficient fuel system and malfunctioning emission controls. The cost, about $10.00 per month.
  2. If tires are 8 pounds underinflated, not an uncommon condition, rolling resistance of the tires increases by 5%. The monthly cost in wasted gas, $4.60.
  3. If wheels are just 1/4" out of alignment, another factor that affects rolling resistance, chalk up another 2% or about $2.00 a month. Note: this condition, as well as underinflation, accelerates tire wear, thereby adding to the cost of neglect.
  4. A cooling system thermostat stuck in the open position, causing the engine to run too cool, can reduce engine efficiency by another 7%. The monthly cost, $6.40. That adds up to a monthly loss of $23.00. They point out that, while this hypothesis is intended to emphasize preventive maintenance in terms of energy conservation, it also bears on safety and reduced exhaust emissions.
  5. Going back to hard-to-break habits, for every five miles per hour you press beyond 55 mph, you'll lose about one mile per gallon. A heavy foot when the light turns green also guzzles gas.

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Synthetic Motor Oil & Lubricants Save Fuel!

Industry motor oil testing has shown improved fuel economy of 2 - 5% in vehicles using synthetic lubricants. Many AMSOIL customer testimonials tell of even greater savings. If all cars in America used AMSOIL synthetic motor oil, AMSOIL oil filter, gear lubes and drive train fluids, we would save enough fuel to drive to the sun and back 165 to 420 times over.

How much could AMSOIL save you? Find out here . . .

Calculate how much you spend on fuel monthly or yearly using this Fuel Mileage Calculator!

Improve Fuel Efficiency With ams_30 (3K) Synthetic Lubricants

Short supplies and ever-increasing demand have pushed crude oil barrel prices to record highs over the summer, and motorists have been directly affected. Gasoline is one of the primary products produced from crude oil, and pump prices are directly affected by the prices refiners pay for crude oil. In fact, the average price per gallon of gasoline reached levels over 50 cents higher than last summer, causing motorists to alter their driving habits and look for every and any way to get the most for their fuel dollar.

According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration of retail gasoline prices between 2000 and 2003, with refinery processing costs, marketing and distribution costs and gasoline station costs and taxes comprising the balance. It is the volatility of crude oil prices that is most responsible for fluctuating gasoline prices.

AMSOIL Synthetic Motor Oils have been shown to yield significant increases in fuel economy over conventional motor oils. Petroleum-based lubricants are composed of irregular molecules of various sizes that create excess friction, in addition to the friction generated between moving parts. The vehicle's engine must burn extra fuel to overcome this friction, decreasing fuel economy. AMSOIL synthetic lubricants, on the other hand, contain only smooth, uniform molecules that effectively reduce friction and improve fuel efficiency.

Conventional lubricants are also very susceptible to volatility. When the oil's lighter molecules volatize during hot operating conditions, viscosity increases and the oil becomes more difficult to pump, consuming more energy and reducing fuel economy. Because AMSOIL synthetic lubricants contain uniformly sized molecules, they resist volatization, maintain their viscosity and allow more fuel to be used for vehicle propulsion, improving fuel economy.

The use of AMSOIL synthetic motor oils, gear lubes and drivetrain fluids can have a profound impact on fuel economy. Industry tests demonstrate that an average passenger car can conservatively decrease its fuel consumption by two to five percent by switching to synthetic lubricants, while independent testing shows that trucks can decrease fuel consumption by 8.2 percent. Many AMSOIL customers report even larger gains in fuel economy.

According to the U.S. Federal Highway Administration, total U.S. fuel consumption was 162.3 billion gallons in the year 2000. Consider the savings if every American vehicle converted to AMSOIL synthetic lubricants and gained a five percent increase in fuel economy. It would equate to a savings of 8.115 billion gallons of fuel each year, at a price savings of $16.23 billion (at $2 a gallon).

According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, the average passenger vehicle burned 587 gallons of gasoline in 2002. At a price of $2 a gallon, the average vehicle owner spends $1174 on gasoline each year. With a five percent fuel economy improvement afforded with AMSOIL synthetic lubricants, the motorist saves $58.70 a year in fuel expenses. That's enough to cover the price of a year's supply of AMSOIL Synthetic Motor Oil and Super Duty Oil Filters, with money left over.

In addition to fuel savings, AMSOIL synthetic lubricants also allow motorists to reduce oil usage through extended drain intervals, all while significantly reducing friction and wear, improving engine performance and extending equipment life.