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    SAVE $414 A YEAR IN GASOLINE COSTS USING HYDROGEN ADDED TO YOUR CAR'S AIR INTAKE
     
    The average person drives 12,000 miles in a typical year in a vehicle that gets 30 MPG. Using the amount of aluminum contained in empty soda cans would improve that mileage to 40 MPG and save 100 gallons a year.

    During that year the driver would use up 171 cans worth of aluminum, (less than $9 dollars of California Refund Value (CRV), ) even less if you used any other aluminum.  As of Dec. 1, 2010, the CRV redemption amount for small soda cans is 5 cents for each can.

    That's a soda can worth of aluminum every two days; probably a lot less than you drink. With 2012 gas prices at $4.00 a gallon, saving 100 gallons, will save you $414 a year, just by using hydrogen from the Phillips Company aluminum/water process to supplement the air going to your engine.
     
    Richard E. Reed    California, 08/15/2012   
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