Car Tax Credits For HHO Auto Gas Conversions

Hybrid Car Tax Credit

Ever since 2005, the IRS has been giving a tax credit to individual taxpayers who drive cars which use alternative fuel sources. There was at one time just a clean fuel burning deduction available to green minded taxpayers, but this only applied to gas-electric hybrid vehicles. In 2005, however, this was replaced by the current legislation, the Energy Policy Act.

By the terms of this 2005 law, the tax credit is taken directly from the total amount of tax which the taxpayer would otherwise owe. This reduces or can even eliminate the tax which the individual in question must pay. If you are unsure whether or not your particular “green” vehicle qualifies for this credit, you can ask your car manufacturer or your local dealership.

If you have bought a hybrid vehicle after January 1 2006, then your vehicle (and you, happily!) qualify for this tax credit. This tax credit will also apply to your vehicle if you have begun to use your car after this date. More Here—>

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HHO – What is it?

With the rising prices of gasoline, you may have heard the term HHO being mentioned in the news and on the internet.  Without, going into a scientific explanation, HHO stands for 2 hydrogen and 1 oxygen, in layman’s terms, it’s brown gas.

In simple terms, it is water being separated into individual elements, through a process called electrolysis. Direct current from a battery is passed through water (preferably distilled water with baking soda) and by using electrodes (one positive and one negative) HHO gas is extracted from the water.

Hydrogen gas will bubble up from the cathode (positive current) and oxygen will come from the anode (negative current).  The result is HHO gas, oxyhydrogen or commonly known as brown gas.

There are several applications for the use of HHO, such as lighting, welding and recently the popularity of using HHO as fuel for automobiles.  At present the internal combustion engine does not burn fuel efficiently, causing much of the fuel to be sent out in the exhaust. 

Added to gasoline, HHO helps to increase burn velocity, providing additional time for the combustion process to take place.  In addition, the use of HHO allows the engine to run on a leaner air to fuel ratio, resulting in better gas mileage and reduced emissions.


Using HHO or Brown Gas To Run Your Car Has Many Benefits.

I just read a post on a forum about Toyota in Japan it seems like they are planning to have on the market this year a full hydro water auto.

Using HHO or Brown Gas To Run Your Car Has Many Benefits.

As the gas prices have risen and there is nothing on the horizon to say they will drop back any time soon, people have been looking at ways to use less gas. One way that is becoming very popular is to convert a car to use the technology that has been available for quite some time, and that is to use HHO or brown gas. You will see the many advantages to using this method, listed below are our top benefits.

  1. A Better Exhaust System
  2. Improve The Life Of Your Engine
  3. Lower Engine Temperature, Less Noise.
  4. More Miles To The Gallon.
  5. What Are The Water Need.

So you can see using HHO or brown gas is a win-win situation all round.

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