This is not the first time that the topic of hot gas has appeared on our pages, and it;s not likely to be the last either. The problem, depending on who's side your own, is that gas expands as it increases in temperature. In summer months, it is possible that consumers are getting less gas in their tanks than they are paying for. Before all of the lawsuits were compiled into one class-action suit, there were privately filed suits in 26 states, Washington, D.C., and Guam. The now-single-suit clai
Put on your tin foil hats everyone, it's conspiracy story time. One upon a time, a Washington Post reporter took a ride in a car that gets 50 percent better fuel economy by heating gas to 350 degrees. The system improves mileage by turning gas into a vapor which leads to better combustion. The reporter almost didn't go for the test drive because he reasoned if this were true why wouldn't car companies do this now?