Many things have changed in the past decade or so. Technology
is advancing at roughly the speed of a bullet train, mullets are no longer
fashion and Pluto has been demoted from planet to large rock floating through
space. Another thing that’s changed is the most successful pick-up line. While
it used to be asking about their sign with a suggestive waggle of their
eyebrows, these days it’s I have a full tank of gas. Make sure you can utilise
the line and save 50% on a Fuel Saver.
With the price of petrol rising faster than your blood-pressure when you think about how high the price of petrol is, it’s hard not to cringe every time you turn the key in the ignition. The nifty Fuel-Saver serves the dual function of easing running on fumes till payday headaches and erases the need to live on nothing but crackers and baked beans just to keep your petrol-light from blinding you with its blinking. Better than swopping your gas-guzzler for some swish hybrid, or giving up on the whole automobile institution and buying a bicycle, the Fuel Saver solves your petrol problem by reducing your fuel consumption by between ten and fifteen percent.
The DIY device, which is quick and simple to install, promises not only a saving on fuel, but a boost in power. Though cars made before the year 2000 will require a different device, installation remains the same – which means connecting the device to your spark plugs. Of course, if you feel a bit sketchy fooling around with your cars soft and sensitive underbelly, you could always pay a bit extra to have a professional install it for you.Fuelled by Facts: In the early 90’s, Russian scientists invented a car that could be fuelled by both petrol and Camembert cheese. Unfortunately, the blue-prints for the engine, along with a supply of the Camembert set aside to test it, were stolen by a man dressed as Mickey Mouse and were never seen again.