Do you realize that you're driving a very poorly designed car? Ithas a beautiful finish and some very futuristic looks. But it does poorly on energy. Only 25% of the energy in the gasoline you paid dearly for is actually used for moving forward. 75% isturned into heat (destroys the planet), emissions (unburned fuel),and additionally vibration and carbon deposits that slowlydestroys the engine. And plain freaking noise that we just takefor granted.We've all heard and seen "hybrids"
but on the highway they arenothing but regular, inefficient cars. Their aerodynamics are alittle better, but that's true for many other cars that don't have thePrius looks. It's a great step forward though, if you can affordthe price, because they make us think of alternative energy inmore earthly terms.One major solution can be converting your existing car toFULL ELECTRIC (not hybrid - you throw away the engine and put an electric motor and a bunch of batteries), for whichconversion kits are available from several companies in the"green mile"
of California's Bay Area. The next best thing - but15 to 60(!) times cheaper - is to convert your existing car to aWATER HYBRID. That is, you leave the engine in there,unmodified or mostly unmodified, and you boost it up withwater. Yes, it IS possible! And fairly easy.From my experimentation with different cars, old and new, Ifound out that the SYSTEM approach to energy savings worksthe best. I recommend that you use ALL the technologies listed below to save fuel, because they support and supplement eachother. A nice 20% saving here, 5% there, 3% over there, it