Graham Hill’s Gadget Of The Week To Save Fuel

Wednesday, 25. May 2011

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My gadget of the week is in fact an additive of the week. With fuel costs increasing daily (well it seems that way) a few additives have entered the market claiming to improve your car’s performance, improve fuel consumption and reduce CO2 output. One of these is called Mergi and is described by the manufacturer as ‘Magic in a bottle and helps you get further on a tank of fuel’. They claim that consumption can be cut by up to 12% and reduce CO2 emissions by up to a quarter. It is an organic catalyst and works by reducing the ignition delay of fuel allowing more fuel to be burned in the combustion chamber.

According to the manufacturer this helps improve efficiency and reduce engine wear. They also believe that by using just a capful of the liquid in a tank of petrol or diesel it can save you £5.50 on current pump prices. The 500ml bottle is good for 1,500 litres of fuel.

The cost is £14.99. For more details go to . If you use it please let us know how you get on? By Graham Hill

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