The average car owner changes his or her oil every three months, so that’s four times each year someone changes the oil on their vehicle. Considering the state of California alone had more than 35 million registered vehicles in the calendar year of 2016, that’s on average 140 million oil changes in the state of California each year, and the last time I checked, there were 50 states in the United States, so you can do the rest of the math in this scenario. Why do I bring this up and why is the state of California the focus of this article? Because a certain company named Green Saver, LLC offers an eco-friendly oil additive that should be included in every oil change to improve gas mileage by 5 to 20 percent while at the same time reducing vehicle emissions by 5 to 20 percent. What better state to make a splash than the progressive and pro-green state of California.
Four multinational companies, some of which are or were linked to the major oil companies, dominate the oil additive business. They are Chevron Oronite Company LLC (owned by Chevron Corp. (NYSE: CVX)), Afton Chemical Corporation, The Lubrizol Corporation, and Infineum (a joint venture of ExxonMobil (NYSE: XOM) and Shell (NYSE: RDS-A)). They account for over 85–90 percent of the business on a worldwide basis. The oil additives market is expected to reach $16.2 billion by 2019.
Green Saver is the only oil additive product that is EPA approved and designed to help both the environment and your wallet. Getting in on the ground floor of companies like Green Saver can mean the difference in how old you are when you retire and what sort of lifestyle you will be living in your retirement. Green Saver’s founder Butch Conz comes from a rich background of car and engine knowledge having been a professional race driver and even owning a NASCAR Team for seven years, which is when he developed the Green Saver Oil Additive. He was born and raised in the Motor City into a trucking and racing family, so his experience in the field of cars, engines, and, more importantly, their performance is invaluable. He is also a successful businessman having founded, managed, and sold several successful businesses.
And the news just keeps getting better with Green Saver because as of today, anyone can get in on the ground floor of this company by contributing to its crowdfunding site on Razitall.com with a minimum investment of $49. Green Saver’s target raise is $100,000 and targets first-year sales of $500,000 by focusing on Fleet Operators in the United States, which has more than 12 million vehicles in its market segment. Green Saver calculated some staggering numbers for one fleet operator with 115,000 vehicles and found that if they used Green Saver’s Oil Additive, they would save $8.5 million in fuel and reduce their carbon footprint by over 119.5 million pounds of emissions annually. So, visit the company’s Razitail.com website and get in on the ground floor before it closes the capital raise and starts making money and saving the planet without you.