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Gas Savers Getting Popular

Gas SaversWith skyrocketing prices as the fuel pumps, gas savers are getting red hot. It seems like every time now days that you drive by the gasoline station, the prices have jumped again. That is why many motorists are looking towards gas savers to help with their wallets along with the positive environmental impact of using less fuel.

There are three types of gas savers that can make a difference in using less fuel in one’s car or truck including behavioral modification, technology that assists behavior and fuel additives.

In regard to behavioral modification, there is a group called Hypermilers that take changing their driving behaviors to an extreme. They may go shoeless to feel the gas pedal better, drive within the speed limit, coast downhill in neutral and roll through a stop sign on occasion to save gas.

The Hypermilers don’t like to back out of a parking space since this wastes gasoline so they look for parking spots that they can pull out of front first. They hate braking and air conditioning wastes fuel, so they do as little of each as they can.

The next type of gas saver is technology that will help drivers with their behavior changes so they can squeeze the most fuel out of their vehicle as possible. One such product is the air-cushioned Sutticar Fuel Saver Kit that installs underneath the gas pedal in a car or truck that creates smooth acceleration, saving gas.

The third of the gas savers (that I’ve talked about before) is an additive that will help with the fuel mileage. Now, let’s face it, most fuel additives that you buy off the store shelf are just a waste of money. They make exaggerated claims and simply don’t work.

The gas savers that do work are HHO generators for cars. These devices electrolyze a small amount of water into hydrogen and oxygen and inject this into the vehicle’s intake system, replacing some gasoline or diesel fuel with clean burning energy.

But, no matter which way you choose to go in regard to choosing one or multiple gas savers, the important part is to leap into the process now. Gasoline prices aren’t coming down anytime soon. So, the sooner you start saving, the more money you’ll have for other areas of your life.

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Kevin is both an environmentalist and a tech guy and has been writing, editing and publishing this blog since 2007. He answers questions related to how you can use tech to go greener.

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