Yet another waste of money.........

Discussion in 'Spotted on eBay!' started by verytalldave, Aug 23, 2008.

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    Some people swear by them like the emag and some don't.
     
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    A tax for the dumb.

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    Oh I dont know, oddly dieselman was recommending some products for sale by the very same gentleman only the other day.
     
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    It is possible to save 3% off your fuel bill...

    Register and use this site to find your cheapest local fuel;

    http://www.petrolprices.com/

    Which (for me) always shows Tescos and the near-by Shell station as having the cheapest fuel (in fact cheapest for 20 miles).

    Then get a Shell (CitiBank) Mastercard, which pays back 3% of all spending at Shell sites and an Amex Platinum which pays back 5% on all purchases in the first 6 months and 1% thereafter.

    So you save 3% on Shell once the Amex deal runs down to 1%.

    :eek:


    Perhaps a more practical solution to reducing fuel bills?

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    Get the Shell point cards too - I think that gives 1p rebate per litre, issued in the form of a voucher in £2.50 denominations.
     
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    I guess this device is just an electromagnet version of the emag or similar, not sure where the claims of extended battery life come from or why it should boost bhp. Polarising fuel by the use of fuel magnets is nothing new and opinion is divided but the theory of polarising fuel to burn more efficiently stands the tests of the laws of physics. In fact most new Airbus and Boeing aircraft polarise fuel before entry to the jet engine so there must be something in it? As far as I am aware it changes the fuel burn from random to progressive combustion thus giving better burn and consumption.

    Personally the Shell card and Petrol Prices web site works well for me too !!
     
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    Tried a magnetic devise when I had my 190E and it did not make one bit of difference kept it on for 6 months so it had a good test.
     
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    Was I.? :crazy:

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    Well DM looks like a guilt complex to me that scared you didn't it:eek::eek::D:D
     
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