I don't see any reason to suggest that it's a hoax. However, like bio-diesel, it depends on waste oil from restaurants. As soon as a significant number of people start using these methods, the price will increase substantially.
Diesels will burn just about anything once up to operating temperature. I am far from an expert on this, but from what I have read, I think you are far better off going with one of the well-known and established conversion kits that run about $800 installed. They ensure that your injection system is not damaged and have been used by some people for years with good results.
I am wary of any solution to any problem that comes in a bottle.
kpaul, the GMP, predicts and then comes true.. It's real and as the price diesel rises the more viable it gets. Check out those gas prices GPTB? kpaul sez $4.00 per gal by the end of the summer at least on the west coast
Let's see, the price of homes will go up, taxes will go up, the cost of living will go up, the prices of autos will go up.........hmmm did I miss anything yet? Anyone want to bet against my predictions? Anyone remember that asswipe predicted 4 bucks a gallon last year and was dead wrong? I guess if you wait long enough anything will come true, won't it?
No they couldn't. The taxes on gasoline are several multiples of the oil companies' profits. If anyone is raping the public through gas prices it's the Feds and the State's insatiable greed for tax money to squander.
Again I agree with you about the Feds and states. So why are we as citizens letting our elected officials screw us over? I know even though the company I work for is making a LOT of money and the top guys make a killing too. I doubt I'll get a big enough raise to even cover my cost of living expenses.
Get your shots before you go. Stay clear of Mermaids. Make sure you don't pick up any trannies outside Squid Roe. And dont buy any gum, cigarettes, or "blow" off of the street vendors.
The current spike is due to the lack of refinery capabilities and "unexpected" shut down and maintenance. Along with a report I saw that certain companies were not prepared for the summer spike...which baffled the hell out of the CNBC reporter.