A YouTube advertisement for Magnus Kristof’s fuel-saving invention was found. According to the Ad Magnus Kristof, a Norwegian teenager invented a plug in that can reduce fuel consumption by 20%. We were intrigued and decided to give it another go.
Shopovia.co sent the gas saver to us and provided instructions, such as “It should plug into my car’s socket for my cigarette lighter.” It sounded odd. The final result was amazing. As soon as the device was connected to our car’s cigarette socket, the blue light began to appear.
It was driven in a 2008 Prius. It was only 6 mpg, even though it covered 150 miles.
It didn’t work for us. It didn’t reduce fuel consumption. It flashed like a night officer.
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It is just junk that has been reused many times. Anything that is plugged in to a cigarette lighter socket won’t draw any energy. In battery lines, real capacitors cannot be installed. They are only temporary power sources that provide power for the battery when it isn’t. Any capacitor can only be installed in the Car’s Computer control module.
Fuel savers are a fairytale. There have been products that appear similar but don’t work.
The unit doesn’t have an OBD connector. Only the flasher’s power supply is connected. You will need to modify your car in order to meet these claims. The fuel consumption of a car depends on its weight, tire size, rolling resistance, friction in moving parts, and vehicle weight. These fundamental factors are not easily changed with plug-and-play.
These inconsistencies will be apparent when you visit the website offering the gas saver.
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- This Website can’t determine if Percy Belsen or Magnus Kristof is the inventor.
Energy.GOV has many fuel-saving tips. These include combining trips and reducing the car’s weight. They also provide advice on how to keep your car clean and avoid aggressive driving.
Although each tip may seem small, when combined they can make a huge difference in fuel savings.