Auto Fuel Economy and Fuel Bio-additives

By: Charlemagne Solanor

The problem

For decades now since theadvent of modern transportations which require the use of fossil fuels, peoplehave sought ways to diminish the adverse environmental effects of such fuels.Global warming points to the massive use of fossil fuels as its major culprit.Today, the alarming rate at which the earth is warming up has called theattention of world leaders to pen down steps to undertake to remedy thisdisturbing global predicament which, in the long run, could cost us our very existence.

Steps taken

Biofuels, of which biodieselis most commonly used, has been extensively researched and developed by expertsfunded by multi-billion dollar entities to help curb the growing environmentalproblems brought about by the massive use of fossil fuels. These fuels arederived mainly from organic sources such as plants and animal waste which havelong been known as biomass. Without modifying automobile engines, thesebreakthrough fuels have substantially reduced carbon emissions while increasingengine performance and mileage.

Ultimate solution

For many major oil players,biofuels could pose a threat to their industry. However, there are certainentities elsewhere that are developing bio-additives that serve as fueleconomizer which also drastically reduce carbon emissions and enginevibrations, saving consumers up to 50% in fuel consumption while alsoincreasing engine performance.

Whatever the solutions presented as long as these actually work and are environment-friendly they deserve to be tried out and given due support.

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