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Effuel is an ECO OBD2 plug and drive economy chip tuning box that can help reduce cars fuel consumption and save money on gas costs, but does the intelligent fuel saving device with on board diagnostics really work or is it a giant scam? Effuel Reviews Effuel Reviews Billings, MT, April 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Effuel is a performance chip that, according to the official website, is designed to save you fuel without modifying your car. The way this device works is you plug Effuel into your car, and it changes your car’s performance without requiring you to change your driving habits. After installing Effuel, you may be able to lower fuel consumption by as much as 35%. Does Effuel really work? How does Effuel work? Is Effuel safe for your car to use? Find out everything you need to know about Effuel today in our review. What is Effuel? Effuel is a chip that boosts driving efficiency. It plugs into your car’s OBDII interface. Also known as an EcoOBD2 plug, Effuel and similar devices claim to potentially save you hundreds of dollars per year on gas. Just plug Effuel into your car’s OBDII port (every car made since 1996 has one), then improve fuel efficiency by 15% to 35%. Some people install Effuel to reduce their environmental impact while others want to save money at the pump. Whether you’re doing it for environmental reasons or practical reasons (or both), you can save money using Effuel. Effuel is exclusively available online through OrderEffuel.com. The device is priced at around $40 per unit. The company backs up all purchases with a 30-day refund policy. If you don’t save money on Effuel within 30 days of installing it, you can request a complete refund. How Does Effuel Work? Every modern vehicle made since 1996 has an electronic control unit (ECU). This is the brain of the car. It monitors the performance of the car, the optimization of the engine, and other meaningful data. You plug Effuel into your car’s ECU via your OBDII port. This is a port many people don’t realize they have on their vehicle. However, every vehicle sold in Europe or the United States since 1996 has one. In most vehicles, the OBDII is to the lower right or upper left of the steering wheel. It may be covered, but you can easily remove the cover to install Effuel or other OBDII performance chips onto your vehicle. After plugging Effuel into your car’s OBDII port, it quietly collects data over the next 150 miles. After those 150 miles, Effuel has enough data to begin tuning your car’s computer for lower fuel consumption. Sure, you could make expensive modifications to your car to improve fuel efficiency. You could also change your driving habits or adjust your commute. However, Effuel claims to significantly boost efficiency with no changes to your driving habits or vehicle: install the chip and enjoy lower gas. What Does Effuel Do? Effuel’s sales page is filled with stories of customers who have significantly improved their gas mileage after installing Effuel. When Effuel launched, the device also claimed to improve the torque and power of the vehicle. Some of those claims seem to have been removed from the website, although certain images continue to claim that Effuel leads to up to 35% more power and up to 25% more torque, among other benefits. As far as we can tell, Effuel mostly improves fuel efficiency. However, Effuel does claim to improve fuel efficiency by 15% to 35%. If you don’t improve fuel efficiency within 30 days of using the device, you can request a complete refund. The company guarantees savings within 30 days or your money back. How does Effuel impact fuel efficiency? What does Effuel do? Any modern vehicle runs at close to maximum fuel efficiency. Vehicles are designed not to waste gas. Car manufacturers want their cars to be efficient, and they’re legally required to meet environmental standards, which promotes efficiency further. Effuel, however, claims to boost efficiency even more. Effuel sounds like some crazy invention, but it’s a legitimate tool and part of a family of products known as performance chips or OBDII chips. How Effuel and Other Performance Chips Work Effuel is a type of OBDII chip known as a performance chip, an OBDII dongle, or an OBD device. Every vehicle sold in the United States and Europe has an OBDII port. You plug Effuel or any performance chip into the port, and it makes adjustments to the way your vehicle performs. A typical performance chip is priced between $25 and $50, although you can find some as cheap as $15. Some performance chips claim to boost horsepower. Others claim to offer a smoother ride. Most are designed to boost fuel efficiency. Other performance chips have a proven track record. It may sound silly, but they actually work. Yes, you can install a device into your vehicle to save money. Effuel seems to function like other performance chips, tracking driving habits and saving you money in gas. Most performance chips target the power of your engine, changing the way your engine uses power. Some vehicles use more power than they need, weakening fuel efficiency. Others use power unevenly. A good performance chip smooths the power usage of your vehicle, leading to an easier drive. Your benefits vary depending on your vehicle. Some cars will save 35% on fuel by using the Effuel chip. Others will save 2%. Some cars are naturally more efficient than others. Effuel could also nullify the effects of poor driving habits, which vary between drivers. Performance Chips vs. Mechanic Tune-ups (Remapping) You can take your vehicle to a mechanic and ask for a remap. The mechanic will tune your vehicle to improve its fuel efficiency. Mechanics charge hundreds of dollars for this service. Remapping a vehicle, however, could improve fuel efficiency. It’s an investment in the future of your vehicle – and the future of your bank account. Effuel claims to offer all of the benefits of a professional remapping – but without the high cost. Effuel is also temporary. If you don’t like what it does to your vehicle, then you can unplug Effuel at any time. When a mechanic remaps your vehicle, the changes are permanent. A mechanic could undo the future changes, but it takes more work (and more money) to reverse the changes. With Effuel, you get all of the benefits of a professional mechanic tune-up for $40 or less. The makers of Effuel claim “you will achieve the same level of fuel optimization” if you take your car to a mechanic as you would using Effuel. How to Install Effuel It’s easy to install Effuel even if you have zero experience with cars. It’s as easy as installing a mouse into a USB port on your computer. Here’s how to do it: Step 1) Turn off your vehicle and remove the keys from the ignition. Step 2) Find the OBD2 port in your vehicle. It’s below the right or upper left of the steering wheel in most cars, typically behind a cover. However, it can also be behind the dashboard, in the console, around the glovebox, or to the left's steering wheel. Step 3) Plug Effuel into the port. Step 4) Put the key in the ignition, then turn the key to the first stage (do not start the car). Step 5) Press the reset button on Effuel for five seconds. After releasing the button, wait for another 30 to 60 seconds. Step 6) Start your vehicle. That’s it! Over the next 150 miles, Effuel will monitor your vehicle’s performance, then make small changes to your vehicle’s power to maximize fuel efficiency. The device claims only to benefit your car – not harm it in any way. Effuel Features & Benefits Effuel offers all of the following features and benefits: Reduce your car’s fuel consumption and improve efficiency by 15% to 35%Save money without changing your driving habitsBased on years of research and developmentUses intelligent fuel-saving techniques to reduce your vehicle’s fuel consumptionEasy for anyone to install with zero experienceWorks on any vehicle The Effuel sales page is filled with testimonials from happy customers who have experienced significant benefits after installing Effuel. One customer claims it was the “best purchase I made in a while,” claiming he saved “hundreds at the pump each year” after installing Effuel. One mechanic claims he used Effuel to improve his car’s fuel system. That mechanic claims some vehicles naturally draw more power than they need and that Effuel nullifies this effect, saving you money. You don’t need a gas guzzler to benefit from Effuel. Effuel works on all vehicles, including smaller cars, larger trucks, and everything in between. Effuel will not damage your vehicle’s engine, nor will it affect your car’s ECU in any significant way. It can only improve performance, not harm your car. If you don’t like Effuel, you can unplug it to restore your ECU to its default settings. How Much Does Effuel Cost? Effuel is priced at $39.98, with the price dropping when you order multiple units. 1 Effuel Unit: $39.98 + Shipping2 Effuel Units: $59.97 + Free Shipping3 Effuel Units: $79.96 + Free Shipping The sales page comes with an upsell for a two-year warranty. You can pay $6.95 for an extended warranty and offers added coverage to your device for two years after the purchase date. Can I Get a Refund on Effuel? Effuel comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee. If you don’t significantly improve your vehicle's fuel efficiency within 30 days of using the device, you are entitled to a complete refund. The company may keep original shipping costs (around $5 per order). However, this refund policy appears genuine, helping you save money if Effuel does not work as advertised. Who Created Effuel? The makers of Effuel claim to have spent years researching, developing, and creating Effuel. That may be true, but Effuel also seems very similar to other OBD2 performance chips sold online today. There’s limited information online about where Effuel is made, the team's background, or what type of testing and research the company did to verify its effectiveness. You can contact the makers of Effuel through email or phone: Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 855-227-0908 Conclusion Effuel is an OBDII performance chip anyone can install in their vehicle to boost fuel efficiency by 15% to 35%. Effuel tracks your driving habits over 150 miles, then makes small adjustments to your vehicle using its onboard computer. It’s the equivalent of asking a mechanic to remap your vehicle. However, it’s much cheaper than a professional remapping, and you can reverse the changes at any time simply by removing the chip (professional remapping is permanent). Effuel backs up its claims with a 30-day refund policy. To learn more about Effuel or to buy online today, visit OrderEffuel.com. Official Website: https://ordereffuel.com/ Contact Details: Effuel Email: email@example.com Phone: 855-227-0908 About MarketingByKevin.com This product review is published by Marketing By Kevin. Marketing By Kevin reviews are researched and formulated by a group of experienced natural health advocates with years of dedication and determination to finding the highest quality health products and wellness programs available. It should be noted that any purchase derived from this resource is done at your own peril. It is recommended to consult with a qualified professional healthcare practitioner before making an order today if there are any additional questions or concerns. 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A surprise awaited Irma Adoranti and Lita Heinbecker in the second-floor solarium of their seniors’ home Thursday afternoon. A white tablecloth covered a small roundtable in the room. Atop it sat a cake with a heart containing two words: “Sisters forever.” After more than a year apart, Adoranti and Heinbecker reunited this week at the Village of Wentworth Heights, a home where they both now reside. The last time the sisters saw each other was when they rang in Heinbecker’s 90th birthday in the facility’s restaurant upstairs on Feb. 26, 2020. Adoranti, 94, recently moved back into the Upper Wentworth Street home after many months on a wait list. Heinbecker, 91, has lived there since 2019, but COVID-19 stopped her sister from visiting since March. On Thursday, the home threw a surprise reunion party for the two women. “They were just in awe,” said Sandra Spallacci, Heinbecker’s daughter from Ancaster. “They couldn’t stop staring at each other.” The sisters first moved into the retirement home together four years ago, but their stay was cut short by health challenges. After Heinbecker’s husband died in 2015, she and Adoranti — who was already living alone — moved into the Village together. They shared a 1,500-square-foot, two-bedroom apartment with panoramic views in an independent living section of the home. Both family and the Village’s staff say Adoranti and Heinbecker were always close and quickly became part of the home’s fabric. Known by staff and residents as “The Sisters,” Adoranti and Heinbecker were always there to strike up a conversation or help other residents, says Branka Urosevic, the home’s director of lifestyle options. “When they would walk in, it would almost take 15 to 20 minutes for them to be seated for a meal because they would stop and talk to every single table,” she said. “They were like superstars.” But about a year and a half into their stay, Heinbecker had a fall that landed her in hospital. After discharge, she moved out and lived with her son near McMaster University to recuperate. The apartment became too lonely for Adoranti to live in by herself, so she too left and moved in with her son in Stoney Creek. After Heinbecker recovered a few months later, she moved back to the Village to access more care and be surrounded by others her age. Adoranti still lived with her son but visited her sister every week with her family after trips to the hairdresser. The family cherished that time. “We had a lot of laughs,” said Lori Maggio, Adoranti’s daughter who lives in Caledonia. Eventually, Adoranti’s health deteriorated and she too needed more care. The family hoped she could move back to the Village to be with her sister. In late 2019, they put her on a wait list for a room in the memory care unit. But the following March, COVID hit, cutting off Adoranti’s visits with her sister. Though the sisters spoke on the phone, her family says it wasn’t the same. “It was awful,” Maggio said. “We’d come out of the hairdresser’s and she’d say, ‘Are we going to see Lita?’” Over the year, the home had multiple outbreaks, with both staff and residents getting sick and some residents died. The most recent outbreak was declared over on Jan. 21. Heinbecker came out safe. Finally, this month, a room opened up. Adoranti moved in on April 5. She was in quarantine for two weeks, which ended on April 19. “The minute she was out of that isolation period, they ended up seeing each other,” Urosevic said. She and her staff planned a party with Maggio and Spallacci to celebrate the reunion. They decorated the solarium with balloons and got each of the sisters flowers. “To now see them back together at this stage in their life, it is very touching,” Urosevic said. Both sisters live in different “neighbourhoods” in the facility, and while the home offers distanced group dining, public health measures mean the sisters’ meals could be at different times and in different dining rooms, Urosevic said. But just knowing the other is nearby makes a difference, the family says. “If Mom had gone somewhere else, who knows when she would see her sister,” Maggio said. “To sit with each other and see each other was a relief for both of them.” Though the families were overjoyed by the occasion, the sisters have some moments to look forward to yet in a post-COVID world. “They wanted to hug so bad,” Spallacci said. “They had to restrain themselves.” Maria Iqbal, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, The Hamilton Spectator
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The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada (all times Eastern): 9:30 p.m. Yukon is reporting two new cases of COVID-19. This brings the total number of infections in the territory to 80. The territory says both adults are in Whitehorse and in the same household. It says the source of infection is currently under investigation. --- 6 p.m. Alberta is reporting 1,857 new cases of COVID-19. The province says there have been six additional deaths due to the virus. There are 518 people in hospital and, of those, 116 are in intensive care. Officials say there are 19,182 active cases in the province. A total of 1,275,287 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in Alberta. --- 5:10 p.m. The Saskatchewan government says families of residents in long-term care and personal care homes will soon be able to visit their loved ones. Seniors Minister Everett Hindley says the change will take effect on April 29. He says the homes will be able to welcome an unlimited number of family and friends, two at a time, to visit fully vaccinated residents -- if at least 90 per cent of the residents are fully vaccinated and three weeks have passed since that second dose. --- 4:15 p.m. B.C. is reporting 1,006 new cases of COVID-19 and four more deaths, pushing the death toll to 1,550. A record-high 502 people are hospitalized with the illness, including more than 160 in intensive care. Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry says pressure on B.C.’s health-care system is “immense” right now. She's urging people to take care of health workers by staying local and sticking to safety measures. Henry adds that coming restrictions on non-essential travel will keep people from visiting COVID-19 hot spots. --- 3:40 p.m. Saskatchewan is reporting 254 new cases of COVID-19. The province says there has also been one additional death due to the virus. There are 177 people in hospital because of the novel coronavirus and, of those, 48 are in intensive care. About 53 per cent of residents 40 and older have received a first dose of vaccine. --- 3:05 p.m. Nova Scotia is reinstating "circuit breaker" restrictions for the Halifax Regional Municipality amid a rise of COVID-19 cases. Health officials say starting tomorrow at 8 a.m., outdoor and indoor gatherings will be limited to five people. Large gatherings such as festivals and wedding receptions are prohibited. Officials say the restrictions will remain in place until at least May 20. --- 2:20 p.m. Ontario has issued two new emergency orders that will help bring more health-care workers into hospitals overburdened by COVID-19. One order allows workers to provide patient care outside their regular scope of practice, consistent with duties assigned by a hospital. The other allows out-of-province health-care workers to practise in an Ontario hospital without registering with regulatory colleges in the province. The government says the orders will allow staff from Ontario health facilities to be redeployed to hospitals and will also pave the way for out-of-province health workers to practise there. --- 1:55 p.m. New Brunswick is reporting 19 new cases of COVID-19 today. Eleven of new cases are in the Edmundston region, part of which has been under lockdown for the last 12 days. Chief medical officer of health Dr. Jennifer Russell says the lockdown will be reassessed next Monday. New Brunswick has 146 active reported cases and 15 patients in hospital with the disease, including five in intensive care. --- 1:45 p.m. Manitoba is reporting 261 new cases of COVID-19. Three earlier cases have been removed due to data correction, for a net increase of 258. The province is also reporting one death -- a man in his 70s in the northern health region. --- 1:20 p.m. Quebec is expanding its vaccination program to people with chronic illnesses who don't require regular hospital care as well as to those with intellectual or physical disabilities. Health Minister Christian Dube says it will be up to people with chronic illnesses -- a category that includes diabetes, obesity and respiratory problems -- to decide whether they qualify. Dube says he's counting on the good faith of Quebecers and says he hopes people won’t take advantage of the system to get vaccinated early. Caregivers of eligible people are also able to book a vaccine appointment. --- 12:50 p.m. Newfoundland and Labrador is reporting three new cases of COVID-19. The first case involves a man in his 60s in the eastern health region and is related to travel inside Canada. The other two are in the western health region — a woman between 20 and 39 years old and a male under 20 — and both are close contacts of previous cases. The province currently has 26 active infections. --- 12:35 p.m. Deputy chief public health officer Dr. Howard Njoo says Canada will be making adjustments at the border for incoming flights "very soon." Njoo says the prime minister and the government are looking at COVID-19 data and a decision to do more at the border is imminent. Opposition Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole says the Liberal government needs to immediately stop admitting flights from COVID-19 "hot spot" countries like India and Brazil. --- 12:25 p.m. More than 10 million Canadians have now received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. The milestone was passed this morning. There are, however, still fewer than one million people who have received both required doses of vaccine. Second doses are being delayed up to four months so more people can get their first dose earlier. Canada is vaccinating people more than twice as fast as it was a month ago, but the number of doses given each day slowed this week due to supply issues. --- 12:15 p.m. Prince Edward Island is reporting one new case of COVID-19 today. Chief medical officer of health Dr. Heather Morrison says the case involves someone who travelled to P.E.I. from outside Atlantic Canada. There are 12 active reported cases in the province. P.E.I. has a total of 175 COVID-19 infections and no deaths linked to the virus. --- 11:35 a.m. Bloc Québécois Leader Yves-François Blanchet says he supports the federal Conservatives’ call to immediately block flights from “hot spot” countries like India and Brazil to cut down on the flow of COVID-19 variants into Canada. Blanchet says barring those flights from touching down is the “responsible thing to do,” and should happen “rapidly and severely.” He says exceptions could be made for essential services, particularly those involving Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccines produced in India. Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole, who proposed the restriction this morning, did not lay out specifics on how to beef up border protections beyond disallowing planes from certain countries from landing. --- 11:20 a.m. Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole says the federal government needs to immediately stop admitting flights from COVID-19 "hot spot" countries like India and Brazil. He says the move would buy time to figure out a better plan for stopping variants of concern from getting into Canada.O'Toole doesn't have specifics for what he thinks should happen to beef up border protections beyond not allowing flights to land from certain countries. Health Canada says about one per cent of arriving passengers are testing positive but can't say how many have tested positive after 10 days. --- 11:15 a.m. Quebec is reporting 1,248 new COVID-19 cases and seven more deaths attributed to the novel coronavirus, including two in the past 24 hours. Health officials say hospitalizations have dropped by five, to 711, and 174 people are in intensive care, a drop of four. The province says 84,837 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in the past 24 hours. Health Minister Christian Dube is holding a news conference later today to provide an update on the province’s vaccine rollout. --- 10:55 a.m. Nunavut is reporting three new cases of COVID-19 today, bringing the territory's active case count to 36. There are 34 cases in Iqaluit and two in Kinngait, which have been linked to the outbreak in Iqaluit. Both communities are under strict lockdowns, with all schools, non-essential businesses and workplaces closed. To date, 14,742 adults in the territory of 40,000 have had one dose of the Moderna vaccine and 11,830 people have had the required two doses. --- 10:45 a.m. Quebec's premier says a number of premiers are writing to the prime minister, urging the federal government to tighten COVID-19 restrictions for people arriving on international flights and across Canada’s land border. Francois Legault says there are real concerns about overseas flights, notably those coming from countries such as India and Brazil, which are struggling with more transmissible variants. He says Quebec, Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia are among the provinces that are behind the letter. Legault says the provincial leaders are also in agreement that everything must be done to reduce travel between provinces. --- 10:30 a.m. Ontario is reporting 3,682 new cases of COVID-19 and 40 more deaths linked to the virus. Health Minister Christine Elliott says there are 1,131 new cases in Toronto, 507 in Peel Region and 436 in York Region. She also says there are 279 new cases in Ottawa and 200 in Durham Region. Nearly 135,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in Ontario since yesterday's daily report. --- 10:20 a.m. Premier Doug Ford is promising a paid sick-leave program for Ontario workers after months of saying a provincial policy wasn't needed. He says people forced into quarantine should not have to worry about their jobs or income. Ford says the province is now working on a solution because the federal government hasn't expanded its own policy. The emotional premier also apologized for increasing police enforcement powers and closing playgrounds last Friday. --- 10:15 a.m. Nova Scotia is reporting 38 new cases of COVID-19 today and now has a total of 111 active infections. Thirty-three cases have been identified in the Halifax area, three in the eastern zone, and one each in the northern and western zones. Nineteen of the Halifax cases are close contacts of previously reported cases, 10 are under investigation and four are related to foreign and domestic travel. All of the remaining cases in other parts of the province are related to travel, with four linked to international travel and one to travel outside of Atlantic Canada. --- This report by The Canadian Press was first published April 22, 2021. The Canadian Press Note to readers: This is a corrected report. A previous version referred to Njoo as deputy chief public health minister.
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