I've seen a device advertised several times that clamps around the fuel line that claims to boost mileage up to 20% in some cases. Supposedly, it changes the molecular structure. One of them is called a "FuelMax". It sells for about $25. I am very skeptical of this product. I've always heard that if something seems to good to be true it usually is. What are your thoughts about this?
Spend the money on a tune up, because they do not work. I can't get into the details, but you'd just be wasting your money.
Bob, The Auto Answer Man
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