I'll be Goldilocks, exploring...
Tesla for the rich. Honda for the middle-class. What's up with cars running on water? To be explored.
I won't sugar-coat the sporty Tesla with dollar bills that you or I don't have, but I'll tell you that as I meandered through the Tesla Menlo Park flagship showroom, and checked out the clean air choice of some millionaires, I thought it looked sporty and fun and untouchable. Totally out of my price range now or ever. That said...
Claims say that Tesla is an amazing driving machine that you simply plug it into your garage's electrical outlet at night to vraaammm vraaammm the next day. At about 244 miles per $4.35 charge. 0 to 60 in 39 seconds. Best to have solar panels on your roof, though, so you're truly driving clean and eventually, freeeeee! (I haven't checked the upkeep of a fancy electric car.)
Honda Motor Co. was voted the greenest automaker by The Union of Concerned Scientists for five years in a row--combining scores for smog-forming and greenhouse gas emissions.
To read my reviews, start here.
Now for cars running on water.
I haven't had a chance to check out his claims or how it works but I have a vision of being stuck in the country and going to the local lake (I wish!) with my pot to fill up. Could it ever be that easy? I'll get to the research but in the meantime, I'll share this fellow's web site and if you want, tell me what you think.
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