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A New Engine-Tuning Chip Called Effuel, Helped Derek Smith, Save on Gasoline While Reducing His Carbon Footprint

“I had $46,000 in student loans to pay off. It sounds a lot but it was less than many of my friends. I was lucky that my parents helped me out a little.”

Not only did Derek’s parents give him financial aid during school, they even let him come home after graduation to figure out his next step.

“I stayed with my parents for the summer, applying for jobs in pharmaceuticals. I’m Type-A so I created a system where I could apply for 3-4 jobs a day.”

Most of the jobs were based in Dayton, Ohio, where Derek’s parents lived.

“I was willing to go wherever there was work, I just wasn’t sure how I would get there.”

Derek didn’t have a car. And his parents weren’t rich… so he could only use their minivan so much before he started feeling that he was a burden.

Luckily, the hours of resume writing and interviews paid off at the end of July—Derek got a job offer.

“I was going to be a regional sales rep for a BioTech company based in Columbus, Ohio. It was exactly the type of job I wanted—good salary, benefits, insurance, 401K plan, stock options.

I wasn’t going to turn it down. But I didn’t know how I was going to get to work and back every day.”

Dayton to Columbus is About an Hour and Fifteen. So That Would be at Least Two and a Half Hours of Driving

On top of his commute, as a regional sales rep, Derek would be covering parts of Indiana, Kentucky, and West Virginia too.

“I spoke to my Dad, he suggested I buy a sensible car—a Toyota Corolla. I knew that I would be driving a lot so the mpg rate (miles per gallon) was a big priority for me. I bought a used model, and my Dad came with me to the dealership to negotiate—so I got a pretty good deal.”

Derek got the keys on Friday and started his new job on Monday.

“They threw me straight in. That first week, I was in a different town every day trying to get PO’s (Purchase Orders).”

But Derek was enjoying the experience—earning good commission checks and impressing his boss.

And after being stuck at home in the suburbs for 3 months, being on the road and having his own car felt liberating…

That is Until Derek Calculated His Expenses at the End of the Month

“I drove almost 4,000 miles that first month. My fuel bill was topping $450. Even with the commissions, I didn’t think I could keep up the car payments and pay off my student loans.

I started to think that maybe my dream job wasn’t viable—all because of fuel prices.”

Over the next month, Derek tried everything to improve his fuel economy: driving under the speed limit, checking his tire pressure every day, using his breaks less, and never turning on the air conditioning.

“I might have saved a couple of bucks on fuel doing all this. But it was miserable. I had to drive around to find a gas station every day to check my tires. I was driving so far under the speed limit that I was struggling to make appointments on time—my boss wasn’t impressed. I got so obsessive about not using my breaks that I almost rear-ended someone on the freeway. And driving with no air conditioning in the middle of an Ohio summer was hell.”

At one point, Derek considered quitting his job and working as a minimum-wage barista at a coffee shop in downtown Dayton.

“At least then I’d be able to take the bus.”

The answer to Derek’s problems came one day when he got a ride to a trade show with one of the other sales reps, named Mitch.

“I was complaining to Mitch about all the driving I was doing and my sky-high fuel bill.”

Mitch Had Been in the Game a Long Time, and He Had the Answer to Derek’s Prayers, Right There Under the Steering Wheel

“From just under, and to the left of the steering column, Mitch pulled out this wire with a green chip attached to it.

‘This little thing cuts down my fuel bill by 15%~35% per week’, Mitch said.

‘It’s called Effuel. And it's a chip that remaps the car’s computer to make everything run more efficiently.

And the best part is, once you install it, it’s totally ‘hands-off’. I can just drive like I normally do, knowing that this little thing is working hard to cut down my gasoline costs.

Mitch stepped hard on the gas and turned up the air-conditioning till it was like a fridge in there.

I thought to myself, if a guy with lead foot who loves to leave the AC on all the time can save fuel, maybe I should look into this.”

As soon as he could, Derek snuck off the company table at the trade show and found a quiet corner of the arena. He took out his phone and visited their website.

“At first I wasn’t sure. I studied Chemistry, not Engineering. Would I be able to install this thing?

But the more I read about the product, the more I realized how easy it was to fit. I could do it myself in less than five minutes. And I saw the product comes with an instructional manual.

And at just $39.98, I thought: ‘If this cuts down my fuel costs and helps me do my job better, I’ll make thousands of dollars back. So I ordered it right there, and asked my parents to look out for my delivery.”

But Before He Fitted the Effuel, Derek Did Something Unusual...

“I wanted to do a test. So I drove for one week without the Effuel. I went my normal routes and didn’t change my driving at all.

A week later, I plugged the Effuel to my ODB2 socket (it was easy to find using the diagrams). And drove to work for another week.”

Derek’s journey time was about 1 hour 22 minutes each way. His fuel consumption for the first week was 29 mpg and for the 2nd week 38 mpg—a savings of 25%.

“I couldn’t believe it. At that rate, I could travel to work for 4 weeks on 3 weeks' fuel money.”

Fast-Forward 12 Months and Derek is Still Working at the Same Company

But he’s had two promotions and now has 50 outside sales reps working under him. He’s had two pay rises and he’s not on the road as much as he was when he first started.

“Once I fitted the Effuel, it gave me hope that I could control my fuel costs. That made me feel better about the job and about paying off my debts.”

The low overheads from living with his parents, the commissions, and higher salary, along with the savings on his fuel bills, have allowed Derek to pay off his student loans.

And to celebrate, he bought himself a new car…

A Honda Accord.

“I gave my Toyota Corolla to my parents, to thank them for all their support. I left the Effuel in the car for them so they could enjoy lower fuel consumption too.”

Of course, he bought a new Effuel for his new car.

“It works on all modern cars. I’ll remove the Effuel when I sell it—the engine just goes back to the factory settings.

And better fuel efficiency means less wear-and-tear on the engine. I'm hoping to get about 50% of what I paid for the Corolla when I sell it.”

Find out right now how much you could save on fuel costs, and if your vehicle is eligible, by visiting their website. You can test-drive the technology for free—if after 30 days of driving your regular routes you find that you haven’t saved money, simply claim a full refund.

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