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Fuel Economy Part 2 – What Does Work, Our View

This article will concentrate on the fuel saving methods that do work. It is based on a combination of common sense and significant testing and experience. If you haven’t already done so we recommend you read our earlier blog entry, Fuel Economy Part 1 – What Doesn’t Work, Our View here. 1 General Vehicle Maintenance […]

Fuel Economy Part 1 – What Doesn’t Work, Our View

This article is part one of a 2-part article and will concentrate on what doesn’t work. We recommend you read this before reading part 2, which concentrates on what does work. Ok, another Fuel Economy report. A feeling like this on your part is not unexpected but, hold on, we promise you something a little […]

Improving MPG – Driving Style

Improving MPG through altering your driving style. 1. Don’t drive too fast or accelerate too hard. Wind resistance increases drastically with increasing speed. Studies show that for every ten miles per hour you floor it, you lose as much as 15% in fuel economy. So, slow down, and be a fuel efficient, safer and relaxed […]

Octane Boosters – Which is Best?

08 August 2008

So are octane boosters all they’re cracked up to be? Furthermore, do they really increase the octane rating as much as advertised? Octane boosters are popular in the performance scene because they often regain power lost through detonation. Sold for around $10 – $50 (£7 – £30) in a handy bottle, they’re a convenient fuel […]

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Do You Really Need an Octane Booster?

18 July 2008

We get asked time and time again whether octane boosters work. The answer is yes and no because it really depends on the application and what you are trying to achieve. Let us clarify. Firstly, we need to understand why octane boosters exist in the first place – it is to prevent the onset of […]

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Best Synthetic Motor Oil

25 May 2011

Synthetic motor oils have been around since World War II although back then they were mainly used in the aviation industry. It wasn’t until decades later that the automotive industry pulled its finger out and started incorporating synthetic technology into engine oil. Although more expensive, there is no doubt they offer much greater benefits than […]

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Car Emissions

05 April 2011

All cars produce emissions as fossil fuel is burned and converted into energy. Unfortunately, like most other emissions, these usually end up in the atmosphere. With increasing use in cars, the damage to the environment is clear. Emissions mainly comprise of carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides and hydrocarbons. The problems created by these emissions are numerous. […]

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E85 Fuel

04 April 2011

There has been a lot of research to try and find an alternative to fossil fuels, and the most recommended solution seems to be biodiesel or even ethanol. There is however E85, a mixture of ethanol and gasoline which is mixed at a ratio of 85:15 respectively. E85 is becoming more and more popular in […]

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Best Motor Oil – Our View

04 April 2011

Motor oil is used to lubricate, cool and protect. It lubricates the moving parts and keeps your engine clean and cool by absorbing and dissipating some of the heat generated through friction and the combustion process. Its additive pack is also designed to collect particulates and other contaminants and transport them to the oil filter. […]

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Biodiesel Production

04 April 2011

Fuel prices are rising every day making it more and more expensive to operate even at a domestic level. Anything that uses petroleum or associated products has become more expensive. The only alternative is to look for a source of fuel that is renewable and at the same time cheap. So far, biodiesel, a kind […]

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Biodiesel Production – The Politics & Our Thoughts

08 February 2011

In 2008, the price of gas dropped from $4 a gallon to $2 a gallon. A market that was looking at biodiesel production as the next best thing due to high pump prices and a continuously deteriorating environment was now in a glut with the very thing it didn’t want; at $2 a gallon, it […]

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