So you want to buy a hybrid car? Who doesn't? Apparently, everybody who knows how to drive would certainly like to drive a hybrid. But think again. You can actually build your own hybrid car. The main reason why you are reading this is that you are probably one of those guys who are getting a little bit uncool every time they / you stop at the gas station. I do.
The good news is, you don't have to buy a hybrid car if you like drive one. You can actually convert your ordinary car, truck, suv, or any other vehicle to a hybrid one. When I say hybrid, I'm referring to a vehicle that uses both oil and water as fuel. Vehicles that run purely on water are still on the drawing board.
The concept of hybrid cars operates on a very old and proven concept known as electrolysis. Electrolysis is the application of electricity on water which in turn separates the water molecules (H2O) into its basic form which is 2 parts hydrogen and 1 part oxygen (HHO). The HHO gas is then sucked into your engine and mixed along with the air from the air filter. As the gasoline is ignited in your engine, the HHO GAS is too, making it more powerful than gasoline alone. The extra oxygen causes the fuel oil to burn faster and cleaner resulting in better mileage and much cleaner exhaust. The better news is, you can easily put together a system like this, using commonly available plumbing and electrical parts from your local home improvement stores. Still want to buy a hybrid car?
Then you ask. How come our friends from the giant car companies are not still mass-producing these things? Well, I don't know why, but I'm sure they must have a very sensible reason not to. You probably have heard on TV of some guys who have found a way on how to run a car engine using stuffs aside from oil. But after a few days being on the spot, nothing to be heard of them again. I'm sure they must have some sensible reasons too.
Going hybrid and increasing the mileage of your vehicle doesn't have to be expensive. Don't buy a hybrid car. Build it!