Cape Coral, FL, July 30, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- It's not like any of those generic books you find at the bookstores. Ones with pretty pictures but little in the way of detailed instructions." says Holt Anderson. It's like having your own “save gas, increase gas mileage” coach show you not only the basics, but also all the insider tricks, tips and techniques that the experts use to increase gas mileage by 30% or more. Based on years of experience in the automotive industry, Holt doesn't leave the reader hanging. “Learning to save gas with specific techniques is not brain surgery” Anderson explains. “I wrote Techniques To Save Gas to supply information to all those who have just been financially strapped by the huge jump in gas prices.” Anderson goes on to explain how the majority of those seeking ways to save gas don't want to have to put an expensive additive in the tank every fill-up and certainly don't want to attempt something as complicated as hydrogen conversion units.
Until now, it really would have taken years of insider research to uncover these specific methodologies for significant gas savings. This book really does make it easy. It is designed not only for those who consider themselves real “motorheads” but also for people who have little or no understanding of automobile technology. “Most of these techniques are so simple, my mother, who just turned 82, uses them to reduce her average mpg by about 40%” said Anderson. “She went from about 17 miles a gallon in her Ford Taurus to an average of 24 mpg almost overnight.”
His book not only supplies in-depth information but he also provides invaluable links to organizations, books and the the best places online to get additional information. This book will become a reference manual on saving gas and increasing gas mileage.