It sounds too good to be true — the gas-saving Blade. It's a little device that screws onto the end of your tailpipe and in extensive testing, has shown anywhere from 16-34% savings on gas! That’s an average of about 3.8 MPG’s.
To give you an example of the savings, a US driver goes about 30 miles per day or 10,800 miles per year. At the national average of 22 MPG that means about 490 gallons of gas; at $4, that’s about $2,000.
Add on the BLADE and you would only be using about 418 gallons or $1,675, so you would save about $325! The unit costs $200, so in roughly 9 months, you would pay back your investment, then have an ongoing savings of up to 34%.
A pretty sound decision, saving you hundreds of dollars on gas and helping the environment big time. ATDS (Auto Testing and Development Services) used the most rigorous testing protocols to determine:
* 6% reduction of CO2
* 33% reduction of Methane (21 times worse than CO2)
* 34% reduction of Nitrogen oxides
* 57% reduction of hydrocrabons
* 14% reduction of Carbon Monoxide
* 88% reduction of NMHC
Basically this means less soot, less global warming and less money at the pump.
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