From the desk of:
Dear friend being ripped off for gas
If you're tired of paying for the outrageous
gas prices and you're interested in saving up to 80˘
per gallon off of your gas bill, spending less money
on repairing your car, and doing your part to help
reduce pollution impacting the planet, then
this will be the most important letter you'll ever
read - here's why:
reliable, safe, government tested way to save big on
gas, that you can start using today. Thousands of Americans
are using it on a daily basis, and you can too.
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Most people don't know, that in the 1980s, the California
government actually forced oil companies to develop real,
proven, and laboratory tested gas saving
methods, to cure the smog problem in California.
Let me tell you the story:
How The Smog
In California Forced
Oil Companies To Do Something They
I'm not sure if you ever had the chance to visit
California in the mid 70s. It was a nightmare
- environmentally speaking.
The smog was so thick you could hardly see 15 miles
There was so much smog and pollution in the air, that if
you were to stand on your balcony facing the mountains in
Southern California, the only way you would know that the
mountains were there would be if you had a map showing you so.
Children in poorer families in the suburbs were getting
asthma and lung problems at record numbers,
the problem was really getting out of hand.
If someone didn't do something about the air, L.A was
heading to a future where wearing gas masks could be common.
|Smog in California(1980s to 1998)
What Happened to
All That Smog?
Today, if you were to visit California, and look out over that
same balcony in L.A looking at the same mountains, you will probably
notice that you can see them! The smog
isn't completely gone, it's still a major problem, however, it's
been drastically and clearly reduced.
Where did that smog go?
How The Government
The Gasoline More Effective
In the late 80s, the California government set a mandate
for an emissions standard for gasoline sold in California.
And gave oil companies a maximum of 2 years to comply and come up
with a solution.
It was like saying: "if you want to do business in California
and sell your gasoline, you're going to have to do something to the
gas to make it burn more effectively and cause less
pollution, if you don't, we won't let you do business in
Oil and gasoline companies, like Shell and
Chevron knew very well that there was an easy way to do this. The
down-side was... if they made the gasoline burn more
effectively... it would increase your car's
That's good news for you and I... since a higher
mileage means less money spent on gas... Not so good news for the
oil companies, they lose money.
So they had to increase the
fuel efficiency only enough for it to meet the new
emissions standards in California, and not enough to lose them
As you can see from the smog records on the graph above - they
were successful. Not many people know about this 'insider
secret' that's in most gasoline today.
The good news is... today, you can tap into the
same technology that the oil companies used in the 1980s to comply
with the new pollution standards, safely use it in your car to
increase your engine life - and get an increase in mileage
of 19% or more - which can save you 80˘ per gallon
or more with today's prices. Thousands of people in America
are doing it on a daily basis, the unfortunate fact is, there are a
lot of scams out there, and a lot of un-suspecting car owners get
taken for a ride with dud products.
Let me show you how this works:
How and Why Your
20% Of Your Gas Out Your Tail-Pipe
Do you own a car? Go in the garage or drive-way right now, and
run your finger around the inside edge of the tail-pipe.
|What you'll see now is your finger
coated with a dark black smudge. This stuff
on your finger is wasted un-burnt gas by your
engine, and your wasted money.
people don't know that the average car engine is only
17% to 23% efficient, because of energy conversion
inside the engine,
and because 20% of the gas you buy
usually goes right out your tail-pipe as carbon waste.
Just think of it this way: If you spend $40 to fill up your
car, $8 of that money goes right out of your
Why does this happen?
It's a little bit of engine mechanics - However, even if you
don't know anything about engines, it's pretty easy to
Just like most living things needs oxygen to
breathe, fire needs oxygen to burn, and gasoline needs oxygen to
explode powerfully enough to move a car.
Your engine doesn't actually use gasoline. It
uses "gasoline vapor". When you pour
gasoline into your gas tank, it goes in there in liquid form. Before
you engine can use the gasoline, it has to turn it into
When the engine vaporizes the gasoline, it
mixes the gasoline with oxygen to create a
rich powerful oxygen/gasoline mixture.This
is the job of the fuel injection system in your car, or the
carburetor (if you drive an older car)
What engine experts and oil companies have known for years is
that only about 30-50% of the gas you put in your car gets
properly vaporized for ignition.
A big chunk 15-20%
of gasoline gets un-burnt due to the size of the gasoline molecules,
this comes out your engine as smog and pollution.
energy is wasted becasue of the wear-and tear in the engine, engine
energy HEAT loss, and cooling energy, which all adds up to about
80% in wasted energy.
Now if you're like me,
and I'm not very good at math, that might sound like swahili. What
it means in English is that whenever you pump up your gas, it's like
getting ripped off twice... Once for gas prices of over 3.00 per
gallon, and then again, becuase not all that gas is actually used
Think about it... 15% to 20% of
the gas you buy comes out your tail-pipe as waste... that's like
pouring one fifth of the gas you buy all over the ground when you
pump up your car. This is why we have such large smog and pollution
problems today, especially in countries where leaded fuel is still
How The Oil
Companies 'Solved' The Problem
Have you ever tried to get from point A to B through a crowd FULL
of people shoulder to shoulder?
It's the same with gasoline. It clumps together,
because it's a very rich, and heavy compound. It's like a bunch of
marbles stuck together very tightly.
What the oil companies did was find a way to spread the gasoline
particles out, so they have more space between them, like
pop-corn.This lets air and oxygen between them, and makes them burn
When you drive up to a gas station and see the different grades
of gasoline... Basic, Premium, Plus... etc... These are just
different grades of molecule spacing. They're making
the gas more effective, and charging you more money for it!
The more air gets to the gasoline... The more effective it is...
the further you drive on the same tank of gas ... the
more money you save!
It's also much better for
your engine parts as the gasoline burns more evenly and creates less
wear-and-tear on the motor.
Gasoline AFTER Treatment
Long story short: Their idea worked, this is
commonly used in gasoline today, and why the smog levels in
California have dropped since the 1980s dramatically... so how does
this help you save on gas today?
Why Most Gas Savers
Total Rip Off
Imagine there was a legal, perfectly safe and
natural way you could use the same technology the oil
companies use to make premium fuel, and that you could use it
anytime you like, to make the gas you buy for your car super
It would save 7% to 19% or more on gas costs.
Double your engine life and reduce your pollution
by a land-slide.
It sounds too good be true... And unfortunately,
because of a few rotten apples - it is a total scam
for 90% of people who try such products.
They're called "fuel additives." You might have heard of someone
buying a bottle of some weird concoction only to waste their money
finding out it doesn't work.
A lot of companies tried to break into the "gas saving market" by
creating cheap substitutes for real gas saver formulas to feed on
They're kind of like cheap imitations of
coca-cola. Because to make an actual gas saver, ready for public
use, you need E.P.A registration and laboratory testing
results, to even put a product like this on the shelves.
(* E.P.A stands for Environment Protection
An average E.P.A test phase takes 1 year or
longer, and will cost a company close to
$1,000,000.00 dollars for the laboratory time, staff,
equipment, government testing, patents, shipping certification
Not to mention, you need to seriously have the real deal, a real
formula that works on science not b.s, to pass the testing phase,
The Type Of Testing
That Was Involved
It is easy to get a product on the shelves of retail stores if
you're selling widgets or stuffed animals. However, if you're
selling consumable products that go inside your car, it's a much
As you can imagine, before anything is done or added to the gas
in your car - it would have to be tested on numerous vehicles under
many different conditions in controlled laboratory experiments.
#1. It has to be environmentally safe to
not cause more damage than it produces benefits.
#2. It has to be tested with all types of engines to make sure
its safe and doesn't damage engine components in
#3. Such a product would have to pass about 200 different tests,
and if it failed 1 of them, there would be a panel of inquires just
for that one problem until it is solved. If it didn't, the
product would NEVER hit the shelves.
The 'Fake' Alcohol
Based Gas Saver
Additives In Retail Stores Today
Obviously, few people will invest this kind of money to
accomplish such a thing, with no guarantee of profit and a highly
So what do they do? What are these so called gas saver liquid
additives in automotive retail stores? The label claims to "increase
horsepower, get higher mileage", here's how they work:
These products aren't actually gas savers, but
"Super-charged fuel in a small bottle."
Because they are petroleum based, or alcohol
Why do they sell it? Because it's cheap to make:
Since Petroleum(gasoline) and Alcohol are already approved
substances by the E.P.A, they don't have to go through lab testing
to be put on the market. So its dirt cheap and easy
for someone to make such a product, ship it off in bulk to retail
stores, and hope make some profit off curious and un-suspecting car
Why are they still on the shelves?
The idea behind these additives is to excite the gasoline
molecules and make them burn really fast . As a
result, you might feel a kick in the horse-power, your emissions go
down a little. If someone is naive enough, they keep buying bottles
of this stuff.
Does this save you any money in the long term?...
No. Because you have to use a whole bottle of it,
usually at $20 per bottle, per each tank. Hmm, buy $40 of gas, or
($40 + $20) for some toxic gas saver? I'd rather take the gas by
To Save 19% Or More Off Your Gas
Double Your Engine Life, and Cut Your Pollution
There's a lot of scams out there. A lot of people want to make a
quick buck.There's also the few honest people in the world with
original ideas that often get lost in the sea of mis-information.
Since 1997 there's been a little company in California called
"Ethos Environmental, Inc." Ran completely like a mom and pop
operation... the owner sold a gas saver he had personally
His idea was to use 'esters', which are tiny particles inside the
formula to separate gasoline molecules and make the gas more
effective.He sold these little bottles of transparent liquid. His
claim was that it not only worked, it was also 100% natural
and bio-degradable. Meaning, it has no alcohol and
no petroleum in it, so it was environmentally safe.
You would add just an ounce of this liquid to your gas every time
you filled up with gas. And the product claimed to do three
1. Naturally lubricate the inside
of your engine to increase it's life and reduce
you a mileage increase of 7% to 19%* by reformulating the gasoline.
the toxic emissions from your tail-pipe by 30% or more
Can you imagine that the results you got with the product were so
solid that their office began to get flooded with
testimonials and orders for these little bottles.
Soon they were selling it to trucking and
shipping companies by the gallons, and it didn't stop there.
It wasn't long until the product was lab tested and approved. As
well as being registered with the E.P.A. A major sales corporation
(4E Corp) took over and started selling it directly to consumers. It
has grown so fast over the past 2 years, it's now a publicly traded
company with over 100,000 clients world wide.
Ethos has recently been featured on F.O.X and
NBC news (You can see the video at the top of
Easy, and Works on
Gasoline and Diesel
Video Testimonials and
Letters from Clients
Ethos has pages
and pages of testimonials and they wouldn't all fit here. If you
would like to see more testimonials, you'll find the link at the
bottom of this page.
Here are just some:
"I thought my
gas gauge was broken - it wasn't moving."
"The testimony that’s always on the top of
my mind, because I do have lots of testimonies, is from my
father Salvador. My father, being a mechanic and having his
own shop for over 30 years, was someone I wanted to introduce
the product to. I explained to my father what Ethos is and how
it works. And he told me how he uses fuel injector cleaner and
maintains his 2003 Ford Conversion van. Well, out of the
kindness of his heart, he makes my mother buy a 32oz. bottle.
Anyway, that week he was planning to go to California. And as
soon as he gets to California he calls me and tells me
“Gabriel, it works! I thought my gas gauge was broken - it
wasn’t moving. Can you please send me 2 bottles?” Ethos, thank
you for a great product! Gabriel from San Antonio, Texas.”
- Gabriel, Texas
"I consistently see
about a 3-4 mpg increase which is 20%"
“I’ve been using Ethos Fuel Reformulator in my 2002
Kia Optima for 8 months now. I had my emissions tested while I
was on the first tank. The hydrocarbon emissions
dropped by 22%. I had them tested 2 other times
during the summer and the drop held. I also consistently see
about a 3-4 mpg increase which is 20%. Those 2 ounces in every
tank pay for themselves but I’m mostly tickled to be doing my
part for the environment.”
- Teresa, Colorado
Services won the Earth-Day award in for reducing
pollution and harmful emissions by 500 tons per year.
And most importantly for a huge publicly traded company,
with the increased mileage in their vehicles, they are
set to save over 34 million in the next 6 years alone.
Jerry Schnitzius, General
Manager of the San Diego area operation of Allied Waste
Services showing the actual results of how much
difference to the exhaust emissions Ethos FR made. This
was done by using a piece of cloth held against the
exhaust pipe for a few minutes before the test), and the
"after" results having run the same truck with the
General Manager Allied Waste
"The Maryland emission
test found nothing coming
from our tailpipe"
"We have a 2004 Chevrolet Impala.
We’re getting about 10% more gas mileage. But what I really
find exciting is when we had our car tested for the pollution.
The Maryland emission test found nothing coming from our
tailpipe. Can you imagine if only 10% of the vehicles used
Ethos FR and reduce their emissions, too? That would be 10%
less junk in the air! Have a great day.”
- TJ Johnson,
"My Lincoln went to 28
mpg. The power was unbelievable."
"I have a 97 Lincoln Towne Car. I
started using Ethos. My Lincoln was getting me about 21-22
mpg. After putting Ethos, I put it in the crank case of the
oil change. I also put it in the gas tank. My Lincoln went to
28 mpg. The power was unbelievable. Lincolns are known for
blowing out a lot of black smoke and that stopped. The
greatest thing I saw was putting it in my weed whacker, my
lawn mower and my leaf blower and again, all the black, smoggy
smoke was gone. Great product. Love it! Will use it as long as
I can get my hands on it. Thank you.”
"an added 22% increase
in the mileage in this Toyota Tercel"
“Hello, my name is Bill Heminghouse. I
live in Saginaw, Michigan in the USA. I drive a ’93 Toyota
Tercel with about 160,000 miles on it. I drive roughly
800-1000 miles a week. And I have a baseline on that vehicle
which was very disappointing. It was about 27 mpg. I then
started adding Ethos to the oil and fuel and kept putting it
in the fuel at the recommended rate. And after a few weeks, I
saw the fuel mileage go from 27 mpg to 33 mpg. So that’s an
added 22% increase in the mileage in this Toyota Tercel that
has a 1.5 liter engine. So the advantages have been a 22%
increase in fuel mileage and a much smoother engine operation
that I saw before. In Michigan, there is no smog control
testing that has to be done so I don’t know what it’s done. I
assume it has cleaned the engine up a lot but certainly, I’ve
seen the benefits at the gas pump and the benefits in terms of
a smoother operation. Thank you.”
Ethos Is Now Used
By The Al Unser Family
More On How Ethos
1. It uses tiny
molecules called 'Esters' to break up the thick and dense gasoline
molecules and help them vaporize faster.
The esters also clean the inside of your combustion chamber
by stripping the un-burnt gasoline sediment off the walls of your
combustion chamber and restoring your engine back to it's pristine
clean condition similar to that when you bought the car brand
3. The 100%
natural,and mineral based formula lubricates the inside of your
engine. This reduces the wear and tear on vital engine parts, makes
our engine purr quietly and saves thousands of dollars on engine
One Ounce Treats 10
Gallons of Gas
Because the formula is so effective. You only need to add
1 ounce of Ethos per 10 Gallons of gas that you put in your
gas tank. That's about 1 ounce per tank of gas.
NOTE: Adding more than one ounce is
completely safe and will not effect your engine - It's just that you
do not need more than that, one ounce per 10 gallons is
One 16 ounce bottle can last you anywhere from 3 to 4
months. The product literally pays for itself within the first few
weeks.Of course, it depends on your driving habits and how often you
Saves 7% to 19%, Or
More On Gas
If you haven't yet read the testimonials and results others are
getting with Ethos, scroll up and read them. The average fuel
savings people get with Ethos are between 7% to
19%. That's between 20˘ to 80˘ per gallon off your fuel
bill at the current U.S average gas price of $3.00 or
It really depends on your driving habits how much you
save. Some people have reported of savings up to 33%
- those are truly astronomical savings. However, we can
only legally guarantee the savings reported in our official testing.
I'll leave it to you to test out for yourself and see the results
Ethos Saves Hundreds
on Engine Maintenance
The #1 reason why engines break down in the first place is
because of long term wear-and-tear on vital engine parts. And why
does the wear and tear happen?
1. Poor engine
Un-burnt gasoline deposits in the engine.
The greatest savings you'll get with Ethos are going to be on
engine maintenance. Everyone who uses Ethos reports a silent
running engine, cooler running temperatures, and increased
This is because Ethos naturally lubricates the inside walls of
the combustion chamber of your engine, and prevents engine damage.
You Never Have to
Premium Gas Again
All premium fuel is simply gasoline with a higher burning rate
and more oxygen. It burns more completely, keeps your engine cleaner
and comes with a much steeper price tag!
You'll get the same effects and keep your engine just as healthy
when you simply add Ethos to your car with regular gasoline.
I know this is hard to believe, so please don't believe me - read
the testimonials on this page, and read about the double your money
back guarantee below. Give it a test drive and measure you'll
How To Use Ethos
With Your Car