Gas Saving Device

courtesy of Bob, The Auto Answer Man

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?
Kent O.

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.
Good Luck!
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Bob, The Auto Answer Man

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