Start To relieve the pocket with the skyrocketing prices of gasoline, ethanol, diesel and CNG, consumers turn to 'homemade gasoline'

To relieve the pocket with the skyrocketing prices of gasoline, ethanol, diesel and CNG, consumers turn to 'homemade gasoline'

April 6, 2022 1:24 pm to 1:24 pm
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How to make homemade gasoline




After a new adjustment in fuel prices practiced by Petrobras, Brazilians turn to homemade gasoline

After a new readjustment in the fuel prices charged by Petrobras, with the price of gasoline soaring to R$ 8.399 in Rio de Janeiro and the price of diesel reaching R$ 7.89 in Bahia, some Brazilians risk producing the fuel at home. Many 'solutions' keep going viral on social networks to lighten the burden on the consumer's pocket.

Check out one of the alternatives that has been circulating on the internet below: “homemade gasoline”, made with reused cooking oil. This formula appeared on the internet a few years ago, but went viral with the recent surge in oil-derived fuel prices at gas stationss, a consequence of the invasion of Ukraine by the Russia.

Who doesn't want to fuel up spending less? But is it worth taking the risk? Does alternative gasoline really make vehicles run without causing damage to the engine?

Check below one of the videos that teach how to make homemade gasoline. Remembering that this article is a curiosity, Click Petróleo e Gás does not recommend doing this at home!

Consumers turn to the Kit on the internet, which promises a water-powered car with an initial value of less than R$ 200, to ease their pockets with the skyrocketing prices of gasoline, ethanol, diesel and CNG. Will it be true or fake?

The best of Brazil are the Brazilians. With the price of gasoline, ethanol, diesel and CNG soaring, there is no shortage of advertisements for accessories that promise to reduce vehicle fuel consumption. The novelty on the internet is an apparatus that promises to convert conventional combustion-engine cars into “water-powered” cars, through a product known as a hydrogen kit. But is it really possible to convert water into energy so relatively easily? Read the full article here.


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