Sodium Silicate: Putting the Clunk in Cash For Clunkers Program
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has announced Sodium Silicate will be used to disable the clunker cars in the cash for clunkers program, in order to stop dealers from reselling the car. Disabling the cars is vital in order for the car rebate stimulus to succeed. Decreasing the supply of durable goods will increase spending on the car industry, which sorely needs Sodium Silicate Solution must be put into the oil tank in place of oil and run for 7 minutes, effectively disabling the engine.
the $1 billion Federal program that will help consumers purchase a new, more fuel-efficient vehicle when they trade in a less fuel-efficient vehicle. Consumers could receive a $3,500 or $4,500 discount from the car dealer when they trade in their old vehicle and purchase or lease a new one.
Dealers in the U.S. “cash-for- clunkers” program are being forced to disable trade-in vehicles with a chemical under new rules to prevent those who take the government subsidies from reselling the cars.