that is not necessarily true because i have found ones that actually do work but it's more of a combination then a single one. i did a few test runs with my own vehicle and others to make sure they did work did 4 cars without it on the first test runs and used the same 4 cars on the second test run with the additives and found i did actually save myself alot of gas. using a specific octane booster and fuel system cleaner together i made a trip from Tampa to Orlando and back on only a half tank of gas with a v8 vehicle and a 3/4 of a tank without it.
No, they do not work.
I would describe "what if your luck will improve?" as a speculation rather than a claim. If I said "your luck will improve" I would be making a claim. Whether it would be a justifiable claim would depend upon the circumstances.
Products claim to be all natural for advertising advantages.
Only if its work related, from home to work you cant. Hi, I'm an independent contractor myself, and I don't get mileage to and from the office. I don't think I've heard an independent contractor that claim their mileage.
Some companies do let you claim gas and mileage for driving to a work meeting. You should check with your company before making the trip.
Radio advertisements often promote products that claim to improve your mood. While they may work initially, dealing with root issues is the only way improve your mood long-term.
with the closed with treatment order, you get medical paid, but give up your right to any lost wages and mileage for treatment. An open claim gives you the right to lost wages and mileage
In "normal" degree pursuit programs, no
Yes, they claim only certain products are gluten free but they can all be seen on the website below.
40p a mile for the 1st 10000 then 25p
18-28 mpg so they claim
Not in any significant quantities. You'll need to be eating, not lathering, your way to reach your recommended daily values of vitamins.
For your UTAs, yes. For your Annual Training, no, as it is reimbursed to you.
Some people claim that vegan diets, which do not use animal products, are the healthiest. If you eat animal products, a diet rich in meat, seafood, eggs, and dairy products can have a low glycemic index; following a low glycemic index diet is recommended for people trying to avoid diabetes.
An employer can pay any amount they want for gas mileage. The federal government allows an employee to claim a deduction for the business mileage if the employer does not reimburse the employee for the expense.
In an ad for moisturizing lotion, the following claim is made: "…it's the #1 dermatologist recommended brand "what is misleading about the claim?
when it is not made rght
Depends on the tax rules that apply to the country you are claiming in.
A few herbal products that claim to have a therapeutic value against depression include St. John's Wort and kava.
Not much. The Sienna is rated at 18 city 24 highway, which is actually pretty good for a minivan. If you are getting way less than this, then you have a problem somewhere. You may need a tuneup, as in new plugs & wires. If you are within this range then your vehicle is doing OK. Make sure the tires are at the proper PSI as outlined in your owners manual. A clean air filter is a must, and a properly running engine. Drive for mileage, as in slow take off and driving close to the speed limit. Other than that, there is no magic device to increase mileage. There are many snake oil products out there that claim to increase mileage. They do not work, so don't fall for the hype.
ID BareMinerals make mineral makeup products. They claim to make the best mineral makeup products. Their products can be purchased in a store there or online.
I assume that you mean mileage and not what you printed in your question. The answer to your question depends on several different items. Only people such as self employed people are eligible to deduct mileage and even then you must meet certain requirements and can only use certain mileage.
It is 1 factor, some studies claim can improve your longevity.
The Co Operative claim to be the leader in the introduction of fair trade products
not if you are going directly from your house to your job location. If you have to drive to a shop or office and then to a job location in your vehicle, then the mileage from the shop or office to your job location is deductible.
With Mileage Plus from United Airlines, a traveler can easily earn points on almost any purchase. The points can then be used to claim rewards, including cheaper ticket upgrades.