Magic Tank – Out of Gas? No Problem!



We’ve all been there at one time or another, our gas gauge is on empty, but we zip past the exit, in favor of the next gas station, the one with the giant drinks and tasty fries… a great idea, until we hit the standstill traffic. Our fingers tap nervously on the steering wheel, as we chant, come on, COME ON! The thought of a huge frosty beverage gives way to horror, as we realize we are about to run out of gas. The kids are in the car, the dentist isn’t going to wait all day, and the cellphone is dead. Okay, that might not be your story… but you might have one that comes close.

Check out Magic Tank, an awesome new product that you can keep in your car, and save yourself from ever being stranded again! Magic Tank works just like gasoline, but it isn’t gasoline. It’s the world’s first patented non-flammable gasoline derivative. Since Magic Tank is actually made from gasoline, it won’t harm your engine’s precious components or sensors. Magic Tank contains no lead, or gum forming agents to clog your injectors, it’s biodegradable, and it doesn’t contain volatile butanes, or any other highly flammable components. In fact, if poured over a burning match, it will extinguish the flame. SO, Magic Tank is certainly safe for you to store right in the trunk of your vehicle.

A container of Magic Tank has a 10 year shelf life and the gallon you use will provide you with the same miles per gallon as regular gasoline, it’s lead free, and has an octane rating of at least 91. Magic Tank Emergency Fuel can also be used in any of your other gasoline powered engines, like boats, jet skis, or motorcycles. So if you’re guilty of driving around on fumes, or you just want to add a truly invaluable item to your vehicle’s safety kit, go ahead and grab yourself some Magic Tank. A half gallon will set you back around 30 bucks, at, or check out for more info. I’d say that’s a small price to pay for piece of mind.

2 reviews or comments

sam Says: May 11, 2014 at 3:02 pm

What about the thing called ‘fuel gauge’? The product sounds like cell phone insurance which doesn’t pay you for a new phone if your current one is lost or stolen but some people still like to have it.

Julie Says: May 12, 2014 at 6:59 am

Sure there’s a fuel gauge… and then there’s the folks that think they can make it a fews more miles, or thought the gas station was open, and it isn’t… it absolutely happens!!! I’m certainly glad it hasn’t happened to you! 😉

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