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the consumer will always object to a price hike

2017-07-14 11:43:19 | 日記
However expensive or cheap a product is, the consumer will always object to a price hike and this is never truer than for petrol and diesel. The price of petroleum based products has to be viewed on a global basis. Location of crude oil reserves, world economics and politics, each have a part to play in the widely differing prices which different nationals are expected to pay. In some countries low price at the pumps bears little or no relationship to sustainability of supply. Whatever the cost to us as individuals we will continue to pay the asking price because if we don't our lives will take on a more static, less interesting flavour. So what should we automobile users do?
We can ensure that we get the most miles per gallon and thus value from the product we reluctantly are constrained to purchase. How should we go about this?
By a combination of several basic actions, the first of which has to be maintaining your vehicle in a tip top state of health. For instance spark plugs gaps need to be correctly set and oil needs to be clean and regularly changed. In short it pays to run a good servicing schedule.
Major mechanical items such as wheel bearings, steering and brakes all need close and regular attention. Any fault on items which interface between the engine and road wheels could waste energy which would have the effect of reducing miles per gallon. Check that your tyres are inflated to the recommended pressures.
Now consider your driving style. Drive smoothly, avoiding where possible, sudden heavy braking and rapid acceleration. Never drive a cold engine hard.
The actions just mentioned come under the category of sound commonsense and logic but to see a serious increase in miles per gallon I strongly suggest installing an add on device called a hydrogen fuel cell. This may sound very grand but it can hardly be called rocket science. Don't get confused. Sometimes they are called hydrogen generators, hydrogen gas savers and hydrogen water power devices but they are all the same thing.
It works by water electrolysis which breaks down water into its constituent parts ie. 2 parts of hydrogen and 1 part of oxygen. These gases are then drawn into the engine's combustion chambers and have the effect of making the burning of the explosive mixture more efficient. In turn this gives a considerable increase in miles per gallon. Some users maintain that their mpg has almost doubled.
To check the actual figures it is necessary to take accurate readings of fuel consumed and the distance covered for that consumption. This of course should be self evident.
An important benefit of adding a hydrogen fuel cell is reduced toxic emissions and thus your vehicle will be more eco-friendly and more acceptable. Another benefit is that once purchased the fuel cell assembly can be interchanged between vehicles as desired.

However expensive or cheap a product is, the consumer will always object to a price hike and this is never truer than for petrol and diesel. The price of petroleum based products has to be viewed on a global basis. Location of crude oil reserves, world economics and politics, each have a part to play in the widely differing prices which different nationals are expected to pay. In some countries low price at the pumps bears little or no relationship to sustainability of supply. Whatever the cost to us as individuals we will continue to pay the asking price because if we don't our lives will take on a more static, less interesting flavour. So what should we automobile users do?
We can ensure that we get the most miles per gallon and thus value from the product we reluctantly are constrained to purchase. How should we go about this?
By a combination of several basic actions, the first of which has to be maintaining your vehicle in a tip top state of health. For instance spark plugs gaps need to be correctly set and oil needs to be clean and regularly changed. In short it pays to run a good servicing schedule.
Major mechanical items such as wheel bearings, steering and brakes all need close and regular attention. Any fault on items which interface between the engine and road wheels could waste energy which would have the effect of reducing miles per gallon. Check that your tyres are inflated to the recommended pressures.
Now consider your driving style. Drive smoothly, avoiding where possible, sudden heavy braking and rapid acceleration. Never drive a cold engine hard.
The actions just mentioned come under the category of sound commonsense and logic but to see a serious increase in miles per gallon I strongly suggest installing an add on device called a hydrogen fuel cell. This may sound very grand but it can hardly be called rocket science. Don't get confused. Sometimes they are called hydrogen generators, hydrogen gas savers and hydrogen water power devices but they are all the same thing.
It works by water electrolysis which breaks down water into its constituent parts ie. 2 parts of hydrogen and 1 part of oxygen. These gases are then drawn into the engine's combustion chambers and have the effect of making the burning of the explosive mixture more efficient. In turn this gives a considerable increase in miles per gallon. Some users maintain that their mpg has almost doubled.
To check the actual figures it is necessary to take accurate readings of fuel consumed and the distance covered for that consumption. This of course should be self evident.
An important benefit of adding a hydrogen fuel cell is reduced toxic emissions and thus your vehicle will be more eco-friendly and more acceptable. Another benefit is that once purchased the fuel cell assembly can be interchanged between vehicles as desired.
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