Use tape water for running your car

by : Ashish K Arora

Have you ever thought of running your car on tape water?Probably not! many people around the globe are not aware about this use ofwater. Have you heard the name of James Watt??Of course you have gone through this name in your primary education andare aware about the person who invented first steam engine. James Wattconverted water into steam and utilized the energy of steam for variouspurposes. Even today, in many countries railways for transporting passengers andgoods from one place to another utilize steam engines.

So, we know how to take work from water since very longtime. Here in case of running our car on water, we have the basic knowledge andonly one thing is that we are not aware about the procedure to get energy fromwater. People have tried both the technologies available to run your car onwater and first are to convert water into steam and utilize that steam to runyour car and another is to convert water into the basic constituents and usethose constituents for running your car.

Actually in first case of converting water into steam andthereafter utilizing steam for running your car, some limitations are however,in the later case the successful demonstration and field trials has alreadybeen taken place. To day thousands of people run their car on virtually tapwater and thus save huge money on recurring gas bills.

There are a number of small equipments available in themarket and the cost of this equipment is below $100 and with the help of a mechanicyou can install these in your car. You need not require any additionalmodifications in your car’s engine and once you install the equipment in yourcar, you start saving money immediately. With the rising crude oil cost, whichis $140 today and by the year-end will reach $200 mark; the gas prices at yourgas station are bound to rise, as no oil company will be in a position tosupply gas at the current rate.

So, plan to convert your gas-based car to water based andstart saving as soon as possible. You only require a one time investment ofapproximate $100 and have huge saving potential which otherwise would have beenspent on the gas bills.