You can not cook my car!
Far-fetched, perhaps. But today's sky-high oil prices have sparked renewed interest in a cornucopia of exotic vehicle fuel substitutes.
Consumers in energy-hungry China are turning to molasses and cassava root to fuel their cars. Many French are trying to beat the high cost of diesel by illegally pouring sunflower oil into their tanks. And the Germans are clearing grocery store shelves of rapeseed, or canola oil, to fill up on the cheap. More...
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