Hydrogen Water Car as invented by an ordinary Filipino citizen starting around 30 years ago, Daniel Dingle. Here's a video showing his invention which appears very rudimentary compared to Jay Leno's classy and complicated BMW Hydrogen 7 version.
Daniel Dingle's Car
Jay Leno's Car runs on liquid hydrogen compressed in a high pressured tank.
You may smile a bit with the comparison but this shows that in whatever ways or method hydrogen is made or extracted it can be utilized as source of energy and is able to power a vehicle.
Mr. Dingle's challenge when he started with his invention is that the Philippine Government will not be able to support his discovery since its ties with the World Bank-IMF agreements with the Phil. Government. He also mentioned that some German owned Company presented a proposal to him but he declined. Now, his work is advertised by the Ethos group of companies along with his Foundation.
Okay. Now, where would our support go?
Liquid hydrogen requires huge infrastructure patterned with that of the gasoline. That is; pipelines, fueling stations, large scale production facilities, which centralizes the economic benefits and breeds dependency. But we can't stop them.
DIY or the HHOs/hydroxy, solar hydrogen in simplest mechanisms of hydrogen generators are just on the tip of our fingers. And, no one is stopping us from doing so.
Having myself some limitations to experiment (and more so with purchasing the BMW hydrogen 7), I would likely rely with all the research I have here and discover what is best for me to make hydrogen for my car, or home, soon.
By the way Jay Leno was featured in a Popular Mechanics Magazine article.
"Today, the automobile is under attack from people who believe that it's the major cause of all our environmental woes. But it's not the car. It's the fuel. The residual gases, mainly CO2, produced from burning fossil fuel in internal-combustion engines are to blame. Fortunately, many modern cars don't have to run on fossil fuels."
"While most automakers are experimenting with potential solutions, such as hybrids and electric cars, that would drastically change the automotive landscape, BMW is pursuing a simpler solution: Use hydrogen to power a good old internal-combustion engine." - Source: http://www.popularmechanics.com/cars/jay-leno/green-garage/4237807
At the end of the day, Making-Hydrogen.com is about how to create hydrogen from solar power to bacteria! What is the coolest way you have discovered in making hydrogen?