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Fuel Doctor pays for itself in 300 gallons! 9.23% Savings!Review

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It Works. Saved Money and Fuel.Review

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The FuelDoctor FD-47 is a device that can help increase fuel economy by conditioning electrical signals (e.g., aberrant noise, harmonics, spikes).  It consists of a set of electronics filters encapsulated in a shell that is inserted into the cigarette lighter of the car.  The concept is sound:  filter out transient spikes and help the electronic control unit of the car function more efficiently and, ergo, improve fuel use. Continue reading »

THIS REALLY WORKS

I don’t really understand how this thing works, but it does what it says. I commute 75 mile each day with a 1998 Camry that would average about 28 mpg. My first tank full using the Fuel Doctor, pushed me to 33 mpg. This will pay for itself in no time.
What’s great about it: EASY TO USE AND SAVES $
What’s not so great: NOTHING
I would recommend this to a friend!

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Gas is expensive, but there is really nothing that you can do about it – you need your car to get to work, you need it to get to the store and you need it to pick up your kids from school. Not everyone can afford to run right out to by a hybrid car that will cost thousands of dollars and negotiating with the guy at the pump will get you no where – but you can increase the efficiency of your car and save plenty of money in the long run with the Fuel Doctor. Continue reading »

It Works. Saved Money and Fuel.

I bought the product last month at BB. I was skeptical about it however saw the advertisement on TV so I thought why not. I saved myself money in two weeks. I usually fill up every 9/10 days but now my car lasts until about the 14/15 day. I saw a big improvement in my gas mileage. I recommend this to BB customers. Just note that my car is four years old, it says on the packaging works best in cars two years or older. So if your car is less then 24 months old I am not sure if you would have the same result.
What’s great about it: It was very easy I just plugged it in to my car. Saved Money within two weeks.

I would recommend this to a friend!

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I have no idea why it works, but before I took a chance on the Fuel Doctor I was spending between $25 to $30 dollars a week on gas for a van with a huge tank. Directions specify maintenence on vehicle before use. Oil change, etc. So far I have racked up 96 miles and the fuel gauge has not even hit the 3/4 mark yet. The van does have additional power especially uphill and seems to run even smoother than before. Maybe it does not work for everyone, but I sure lucked out taking a chance on the gadget. Directions also specify that the Fuel Doctor must remain in the cigarette lighter at all times otherwise fuel consumption and performace will return to original condition. Directions also state it could take as much as six weeks to see results, but I guess I was lucky ’cause it worked right out of the box. Possibly because I take care of the vehicle like a baby anyway……………….I’m Happy!!

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Definitely not a scam. Before I got my fuel doctor, I did a lot of research. There are a small amount of people that have tried to call it a scam and even tried to have videos removed from youtube. What they don’t realize is that there have been too many tests by independant organizations proving that it works. If I had to guess, I’d say that the people calling it a scam were unrealistic in hoping it would cut their gas bill in half. It isn’t meant to do that. I drive a 2001 Durango. I was getting an average of 14.8 miles per gallon. With my fuel doctor device, I typically get 15.7 miles per gallon. I haven’t change my driving habits. I still get relatively poor mileage. But it’s about 9% better than it was without the fuel doctor. At an extra 1 mile per gallon, that’s about 25 miles further on a tank of gas. If I fill up 40 times a year, that’s an extra 1000 miles I can get out of the same amount of gas. I’m sure there are people that will say this can be credited to something other than the fuel doctor. Who knows…maybe the gas companies suddenly started making gas burn more efficiently at the same time I started using it. But since I hadn’t heard anything of the sort, I guess I’ll give the credit to my fuel doctor. My only problem is that I hate to unplug the fuel doctor when I have to plug in my GPS!

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ToyotaLiveWeb.com Announces the 2009 MPG Corolla Sweepstakes


Lutherville Timonium, MD (PRWEB) July 3, 2008

As oil prices have risen, the importance of fuel economy has become increasingly clear. Responding to the swing from SUVs and trucks to efficiency in stride, ToyotaLiveWeb.com, known for great giveaways, has announced the 2009 MPG Corolla Sweepstakes, featuring the giveaway of a 2009 Toyota Corolla LE 4-speed automatic.

Open to legal residents of the United States ages 18 and older with valid driver’s licenses, the contest runs through July 31, 2008. Furthermore, no purchase is necessary to win the sweepstakes, nor will one increase the odds of winning.

Rising expenses have forced many consumers to look for ways to save money. Thus, the EPA estimate of 35 highway miles per gallon for the 2009 Toyota Corolla LE positions the model well for the shift in market demand towards economy vehicles.

Sponsored by the Central Atlantic region Toyota Dealer Association, the sweepstakes drawing will be held on August 7, 2008. Eligible contestants may register online at ToyotaLiveWeb.com by 5:00 P.M. EST on July 31, 2008.

Mailed submissions must meet the following guidelines: be sent as postcards; include the contestant’s name, address, telephone number and e-mail; be addressed to Pivec Advertising, Ltd., 2009 MPG Corolla Sweepstakes, 2219 York Road #201, Timonium, MD 21093; and be received by July 31, 2008.

To see the official sweepstakes’ rules and learn more about this and future Toyota sweepstakes and giveaways, please visit ToyotaLiveWeb.com.

About ToyotaLiveWeb.com:

ToyotaLiveWeb.com is a Web 2.0 destination featuring podcasts, live blogs, contests to win a new car or other prizes, and information about incentives and rebates, in addition to details of sponsored events. Multimedia content includes the ToyotaLiveWeb.com WebTV! Podcast, the Priuscast Podcast, and videos from the Toyota Racing Development team. Users also have the opportunity to create their own blogs to share their unique Toyota experiences and interact with others.

Updates on current and applicable Toyota rebates and purchase programs may be found on any of the local dealer websites listed in the links section of ToyotaLiveWeb.com, or at its sister site BuyAToyota.com.

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Up-Armor Your Car for Better Gas Mileage

Colorado Springs, CO (PRWEB) September 19, 2008

You don’t need a bulletproof car, but what if you could have one that gets better gas mileage than your current vehicle and at a lower purchase price? A newly announced composite-manufacturing process makes this possible. Calculations based on the 2009 Ford Taurus show that by replacing the vehicle’s sheet-metal skin with a composite skin, one so strong that it stops a .44 magnum bullet, would reduce weight by over 300 lbs and increases fuel efficiency from 28 mpg to 32 mpg hwy. Non-armor composite skins are at least 50% lighter and will save additional fuel and emissions.

While working on advanced armor technologies, Decipherst developed a method of making composite panels that significantly increases their strength-to-weight ratio. The presses, called Solid-”Hot Iso-static Press”, are a fraction of the cost of current presses and rapidly produce large, complex-shaped parts. The Solid-HIP, while compact, produces very high pressures equally over large parts. In simple terms, mass-produced composite skins are now possible.

“These materials won’t be in cars this year,” acknowledges the company’s CEO, Brace E. Barber, “but the fact remains that one day very soon, steel will be replaced by composites, and our machines are a leap forward in that evolution.”

The automobile industry is in serious trouble directly related to the size and weight of vehicles. According to CNN, “For the first four months of this year, truck and SUV sales are down a collective 24.8 percent.” The CAFE standards for passenger vehicles will rise from the current 27.5 mpg to 35.7 mpg by 2015. Estimates show that the Solid-HIP composites will carry the industry more than half way to the new standards.

The transition from steel to composites will take several years but the fuel savings and lower emissions will be well worth the effort. The difficulty of the conversion for automakers is reduced significantly by the introduction of the Solid-HIP system. Automakers will have immediate access to custom-made, low-cost machines that can replace their existing processes. This process will go a long way to making the automobile industry bullet proof, even if the cars aren’t.

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