The Philippines needs X-1R!

Our Philippine correspondent, Harold, believes that there is an imminent “transportation disaster” and the Philippines needs X-1R immedia...


Our Philippine correspondent, Harold, believes that there is an imminent “transportation disaster” and the Philippines needs X-1R immediately.

The Philippines is one of Asia’s least motorized country yet is beset with monstrous traffic jams (although some say the situation has improved since last year). Add to that the high prices of gasoline and diesel. Then, you have a planned legislation to slap excise tax on the already expensive cars in the Philippines, making car prices astronomically higher. As if this is not enough, you breathe one of the most polluted air in Metro Manila, Metro Cebu and Metro Davao. And cap that with undisciplined drivers on the road, with car owners who don’t see the value of regular preventive car maintenance. The combination of these is about to bring about TRANSPORTATION DISASTER!

The Department of Transportation wanted emergency powers for the President to solve this traffic/transport crisis. Then, there are advocacy groups suggesting conventional solutions, like better and wider mass transport system, and other valid long-term solutions. But truth be told, these all take time to establish and implement.

So, are there MITIGATING SOLUTIONS now? Yes, there are, and it is a NASA Certified Space Technology and Hall of Fame Awardee product called X-1R.


Quite an ambitious claim, but true. Here are the facts:

1. THE HEAVY (STOP AND GO) TRAFFIC DESTROYS ENGINES

X-1R Mitigates Engine Damage. The crawling traffic jams make vehicles run slower than the average speed assumed by car manufacturers (which is 70 kph in North America) thus causing rapid oxidation of engine lubricating oils, resulting in sludge. Studies show that X-1R Engine Treatment reduces the oxidation of engine oil, thereby reducing the build-up of sludge and preventing damage and extending engine life.

2. HIGH FUEL CONSUMPTION & COSTS = HIGH COST OF LIVING

X-1R Reduces Fuel Consumption by up to 15%. In a country with relatively low income per capita, efficient fuel consumption of vehicles is critical to car owners and business establishments. Over 300 billion pesos is wasted in fuel consumption yearly due to traffic jams. This takes a toll on the Philippine economy and increased costs are passed on to consumers. If all motorists use X-1R, the Philippines will save 45 billion pesos a year. Motorists will save on fuel and the country can reduce importation of fuel. It is amazing to imagine that a product in a tiny bottle can change a nation’s economic indicators if used nationwide.

3. HELP HIGHLY PRICED CARS LAST LONGER

X-1R Extends the Life of Vehicle Engines and Parts. X-1R is proven to reduce friction, abrasive wear and operating temperatures in internal combustion engines, hence, improving the operating efficiency of engines. This results in longer life for the engine and its parts. Considering that cars are priced so highly in the Philippines, it makes sense to try to make our cars last as long as possible.

4. CAR EMISSIONS KILL

X-1R Reduces Harmful Emissions by up to 95%. Studies after studies done by X-1R and other third party institutions around the world showed that X-1R can reduce harmful emissions in engines by up to 95%. Similarly, hundreds of studies show that the polluted air in the Philippines is a major cause of respiratory ailments of millions of Filipinos, and deaths of hundreds of thousands over the years.

5. IRREGULAR PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

X-1R Reduces Repairs and Downtime Costs. Filipinos are excited to buy cars but are not so excited when it comes to preventive maintenance service (PMS). The dictum “prevention is better and cheaper than cure” applies to cars too, but Filipinos in general are lackadaisical about it. It’s a good thing that most car dealerships in the Philippines use X-1R during oil changes, which helps prevent damage for cars that get irregular maintenance service.

Since I started writing for Automology, I had always said that X-1R was an additive. Now I am convinced X-1R is not an additive, but an imperative!

Learn more about X-1R here: http://x1rasia.com/


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