Well guys I have had quite a tongue lashing from some in this forum. About hydrogen generators for cars to save gas. I am 68 years old and can usually tell when I'm being ripped off or tricked. That comes from experience of being around this long. I have some photos of my hydrogen generator that is in my Ford Windstar. It has been in the Van for 3.5 years and I keep it going by refills and new coils every 6 months or when needed. Does anyone in here think I would have kept this in my car for this long if it did not do what I claim it does? I originally posted this idea to help others who may want to save some gas during this gas war with outrageous prices. But evidentially even some Moderators in here have bashed this all to hell. This is not a gimmick I have no reason to lie or trick anyone just help them out like I am enjoying when I use this unit. As I mentioned earlier in the forum I usually get a 10 mpg increase when I go on a trip and drive at 60 mph. Around town 4 to 5 mpg increase because of the speeds in my country roads. But 4mpg increase is major to me. I have a 22 gal tank and that amounts to 88 more miles I can travel on my back roads. 88 more miles is around 4 extra gallons of gas I did not have to pay for.4X $3.83 around 14 bucks worth. I will post some photos of my set up in my Ford Windstar van. This is a simple canning jar for strength, distilled water because it has no pollutants in it. !/4 tea spoon of baking soda. 12 volts running to a stainless steel wire coil and some rubber tubing. An Aquarium blow off valve set at about a lb. The intake sucks up only what is generated and burns it in the combustion chamber. How and exactly what it burns i don't know, if its Oxygen, hydrogen, but I don't care it increases my gas mileage. It costs me 35 dollars to get set up 3.5 yrs ago. All this stuff is available online run a search for HHo or brown gas. Brown gas is the term for the baking soda as it turns brown when it is being charged with 12 volts and is generating. That's it in a nut shell no big scary thing. Easy as pie to do. Some cars have problems accepting the Hydrogen because of the computer on board. My van took the gas well with no changes. I had a 1995 Escort that would not take it. Here's some photos.