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June 14, 2020
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Customers Need More Green Energy Source Options When Buying A Vehicle

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One of the primary reasons people do not think there's such a energy crisis as there is is mainly because car manufacturers are still creating vehicles that get terrible gas mileage. If the crisis is that bad, and oil will likely be gone in forty years or less, why are these cars still being made and if hybrid vehicles can get 40 miles per gallon, then why aren't all vehicles being made today hybrids? And simply because water can now be split into hydrogen and oxygen in order to run vehicles, this is also something that should be used on a more regular basis.

Saying that your vehicle can actually run on water is actually a misconception as actually it's the combination of hydrogen and oxygen once the water is split that your vehicle actually runs on. One of the first manufactures that actually use this technology was BMW and they produced an automobile that actually ran using both gas and water in order to get better gas mileage. Even though this can in fact be considered a hybrid vehicle you'll find that it does not use gas and electricity but it uses gas and water. Neither of them will be any good when gas runs out, but maybe by then they are going to be able to run on another thing and because the technology using hydrogen is so new, it could wind up being the fuel of the future.

One thing you're going to find about these hydrogen based vehicles is that the container holding the hydrogen is really a special type of tank which also has a release valve in case the pressure becomes way too high. BMW has also made another kind of vehicle which really is referred to as H2R. This vehicle utilizes liquid nitrogen as a fuel, and it can go from 0 to 60 mph in under 6 seconds, and features a top speed of 185.5 mph. Carbon monoxide is produced from any vehicle that runs on gasoline, but you are going to discover that the byproduct of hydrogen is nothing that's poisonous. Hydrocarbon-based fuels in addition weigh a lot more and take longer to burn. No matter how you look at it you ought to realize that using hydrogen instead of traditional gasoline is a better option, but why aren't more manufacturers using this technology.

By now you should understand that there plenty of different options to run a car apart from using gasoline. It still seems like if the energy crisis was as terrible as they say, then considerably more would be done, to generate a car powered by something other than gasoline. Many people believe that the big oil organizations wind up running our government, which could have the ability to be one reason why why these technologies aren't being made use of more often.

Most consumers would love to have a vehicle that did not run on gasoline, if it worked as well, but can't do much about it, if there aren't any for sale. Green sources of energy appear to be the best option, but not that easy for people to do by on their own.

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