Is the Water Powered Car a Reality?

With the price of gas going up, greenhouse gases, and global warming creating a change in the climate of the world, a water powered car is considered a long-awaited answer to the rising cost of living and the pace of environmental degradation. This idea has grown to almost mythological proportions. Is it real? Is it even feasible? Unfortunately, 100% water trucks or vehicles are still in the experimental stage. While many engineers are still tinkering away at it, no practical solution has yet emerged. Currently, they are too expensive to manufacture and too complex to implement.

However, all is not lost. An alternative to the water powered car is the hybrid water powered car. This has been found to work remarkably well. Current tests show that the water hybrid looks like it can make a huge difference in conserving both gas prices and improving the environment. Research and experimentation by many maverick engineers have proved successful. Yes, an achievable method has been found! With the hybrid water powered car, many phenomenal things are now possible. For one thing, you can boost your oil economy with it. Tests have shown that a Toyota can save 59% to 107%, a Cadillac can save 70%, a 350 V8 van can save 50%, and a Ford truck can save 56%. In other words, a huge saving in energy bills. Some vehicles do not need alterations to use the hybrid technology. Others need only minor tuning. Another huge advantage is that you also considerably cut down on your emissions to improve the global climate. Yes, hybrid technology can help clean up emissions. This means reducing damage to your own health and that of your family and community.

Your engine uses up less gas and consumes it more fully. You can literally smell the difference. As combustion improves, due to the effect water has on the combustion cycle inside your engine, numerous benefits arise. These include: engine power and performance is greatly enhanced; carbon deposits are removed; future carbon deposits are prevented; engine temperature is reduced; waste heat is not leaked into the environment; the engine is quieter; the gearshifts are smoother; and piston, valves, rings and bearing have a longer life.

Moreover, running a hybrid engine does not consume much water. A single jar of water would last for months because it expands to 1833 gallons of combustible gas. Environmentally, the results are even more amazing. Besides eliminating harmful exhaust emission that raise carbon dioxide and besides reducing engine operating temperatures, all of which worsen global warming, you’ll actually be solving the problem. How? Instead of pulling oxygen from the environment, your engine will contribute oxygen to it! Economically, besides saving money yourself, you’ll also be contributing to reduce the national demand for petroleum and economic dependence on oil rich countries.

While a water powered car is not a complete reality right now, a hybrid water car is one and it can go a long way in improving personal finances and conditions here on planet earth.