You might be able to avoid auto repair shops for awhile, especially if you’re keeping your vehicle well-maintained. However, mechanics are unavoidable as your car grows older. Parts begin to malfunction or fail. Hoses and belts wear down and need to be replaced. Tires go flat. If you want to keep driving, you’ll need to see an auto technician.
The answer is to control your fuel ratio, you can do this several ways. The one I recommend is to use an EFIE (electronic fuel injection enhancer) the name is a bit of a misnomer, because it works on non fuel injection engines too. Basically an EFIE will control the voltage relayed from your o2 sensors. Depending on the quality of the EFIE you can get this control down to the millivolt. This allows you to lean back your fuel as you introduce more HHO, meaning your using less gas and supplementing it with HHO, which is made from water. How cool is that? HHO has three times the potency of premium gasoline, so you’ll have no problem supplementing a decent amount of fuel. This is how you can maximize your miles per gallon. The side benefits are just a bonus.
When your car is on, many of the parts become extremely hot. If you’re not wary, you can suffer bad burns. It’s worth noting that high temperatures are not limited to your engine and transmission. Your catalytic converter recyclers, radiator, and various pipes all need to cool down before you put on your weekend mechanic’s hat.
Always take it for a test drive, even if you know jack about cars (If they wont let you take it for a text drive, walk away). You’ll know if it feels OK to drive. Check the biting point, if its very high it may mean the clutch is on the way out. Make sure you don’t have to put your foot through the floor to break; it may have worked for Fred Flintstone but it wont do you any favors.
How’s that you look for? Have you ever examined the label on a rechargeable battery? You can’t chuck them out, as they are poisonous and hold arduous metals that contaminate the ground water. Hybrid car also have a rechargeable battery and its weight is almost around 600 pounds. Imagine the consequences if a hybrid car gets crashed near the main catalytic converter recycling water source of the city. Visualize the scene of 20 years ahead, when all hybrid cars dumped in the backyards would be seeping out arduous metals into the earth.
Vehicle exhaust systems carry away the gases that are created when the fuel and air are burned in the combustion chamber. These gases are harmful to humans and our environment thus the laws regarding emissions in highly populated areas. In larger cities all the traffic means a higher concentration of these harmful gases are released into the air every single day. It is in the best interest of everyone living and working in these areas to have every vehicle be performing at peak levels without having a high emission rating. That might be why in many larger cities we don’t see very many really old worn out vehicles, they can’t pass an emissions test.
Many people report that adding a hydrogen fuel cell to their car or truck engine is saving half (or even more!) of what their fuel bills were without the fuel cell.