A new device that is environmentally friendly can help you save money at the gas pump and reduce vehicle emissions up to 80 percent, according to maintenance expert Ray Ritchie.
Ritchie said, The fact is our country is a country that depends a great deal on cars and trucks for our mode of transportation. With the price of gas inching up every day getting closer and closer to $3 per gallon in many parts of the country, it is becoming more important to look for ways to help reduce gas consumption in a way that is healthy for the environment. Using the EnviroMax Plus Fuel Catalyst, everyone who drives a car or truck has it within their power to cut their gas bill and clean the environment.
The EnviroMax Plus Fuel Catalyst is a unique product that will impact air quality and fuel economy worldwide, Ritchie continued. Poisons that are released through vehicle exhaust emissions are destroying our environment and our health.
Documented results of the revolutionary U.S. Patented EnviroMax Plus Fuel Catalyst:
1. Will increase your fuel mileage up to 35 percent on your vehicle, which could save you over 50 cents per gallon or $10 per fill-up at the gas pumps.
2. Reduces dangerous vehicle emissions by up to 80 percent.
3. Save on your engine repairs and/or tune-ups by reduced engine wear and tear.
4. Noticeable increase in horsepower and performance in either your gas or diesel vehicle.
5. Does not harm engine or void any warranties on your vehicle.
Scientists are calling EnviroMax Plus Fuel Catalyst, not to be confused with the thousands of existing additive products and gadgets already on the market, the greatest automotive discovery of our time. It is marketed exclusively by Extreme Research Corporation of Dallas, Texas.
Ray Ritchie is the author of How To Keep From Being Raped at the Gas Pumps!, a survival report on how you can survive the coming $3 gas price and how you can help clean the environment.
To receive a free copy of How To Keep From Being Raped at the Gas Pumps!, e-mail Ritchie at email@example.com.
From the July 20-26, 2005, issue