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CSinbad:
I think they tried selling those things years ago.  From what I recall they were junk.  Basic car maintenance and the above suggestions will save you a lot of money.  

I never buy from a spammer for 2 main reasons: 1. Someone who sends unsolicited email is not a business person I would trust.  and 2.  Why help them make money bothering people?  Remember  "If it sounds too good to be true it probably is."  

cr:
don't believe it!!

Keep your tires properly inflated.
take out all the extra weight of your car.
Don't use the more expensive gas unless your owners manual calls for it. There is stuff in there that will not burn correctly and will gum up your engine.
Keep your oil and filter changed regurlarly.
Keep the air filter clean.

Gette:
Has anyone tried one of those mileage boosting devices that are advertised in your SPAM?  They clamp around the fuel line and supposedly affect the hydrocarbon chains in your fuel so your car can use the fuel more efficiently.  They cost $90-100.  If the claims are true, the little gizmo could pay for itself quickly, but I'd like to hear from someone who's used one.

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