This is why we created our web site
Tokyo, Japan (PRWEB) June 14, 2008
According to data at clickbank.com, which ranks "how to" e-books purchased from the Internet, "run your car on water" conversion guides have quickly become the most popular download-able item, with two popular publications maintaining first and second position for most of this year. Does this prove that high oil prices are here to stay, or that people are becoming more aware of environmental issues?
"I think it is a bit of both," explains Jeff Barry, webmaster of RunYourCarOnWaterNews.com "People are thinking more about the environment and the impact they have on it, but most people are, first and foremost, considering their hip pocket and how to reduce gasoline expenditure. In these times of economic uncertainty we all want to try and save as much money as possible."
Does Barry believe there is a ton of money to be saved by running your car solely on water?
"Not yet," says Barry, "But you can convert your car to run as a water burning hybrid. Attaching a simple water converter under the hood of your car will reduce your car's gasoline consumption and therefore increase mileage."
What does Barry think about web sites promoting 100% water cars?
"This is why we created our web site," explains Barry, "We want people to know that there are cost savings and other benefits from running your car on water, but we also want to cut through the misinformation that's out there."
Should everyone convert their car to run on a water-fuel mix?
"Not necessarily," says Barry, "But if you are exploring ways to reduce your weekly out-goings, you can potentially save a lot of money if you run your car on water."
For those interested in learning how to reduce fuel costs significantly, Jeff invites them to visit his website and explore how to cheaply and easily turn a normal car into a water powered car: http://www.RunYourCarOnWaterNews.com