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A NIFTY electronic device can save motorists up to 10 per cent on petrol bills.
In fantastic news for those feeling the pinch in the recession, the Viabtor slots into your car’s cigarette lighter socket and immediately reduces your fuel consumption.
As less fuel is used, there is less CO2 emitted, which is great for the environment.
The device works by stabilising the car’s electrical flow, optimising the engine’s combustion process.
Ultimately it means the car needs less fuel to go, saving on average 10 per cent of your fuel bill.
While performance depends on the model, the highest saving recorded is a massive 16.44 per cent which was achieved in a Mercedes CLK.
Factors such as speed, open windows, air conditioning and weather can also affect the total amount of fuel saved.
Visit www.viabtor.com for more information
WIN A VIABTOR!!!
Here’s your chance to save 10 per cent on your fuel bill, absolutely free. The Olive Press is giving away 10 lucky readers a Viabtor, worth 49.90€. Just answer the following two questions correctly using information found on the Green Guide’s website, www.greenguidespain.com
1. Which global leader was interviewed on the back page of last year’s Green Guide print edition?
2. How many sections can be found in our Green Business Directory?
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