See: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10201677077718343&fref=nf Why can't GM, Ford, Chrysler, etc. do it too? Well for one thing, there's the obvious safety issue of having a vented plastic canister of fuel under the hood. All such an arrangement would need would be for a redneck to light up a camel and lean against the grille, and KABOOOOOM!!!! Hood blows off, gas can blows up and ignites, spilling burning liquid gas all over the engine compartment…. Get the picture? When the weather gets cold, will this thing start the car? When the gas has set around in the can long enough for the more volatile parts to evaporate, will it leave the motorist sitting there grinding the starter until the battery dies? If these rednecks had any sense, they'd remove their large gas tank and put in two smaller ones. One would be connected as per usual (a fuel pump, injector, etc.). The other one would suck air like he demonstrated, but only when an air inlet was open, only when the engine was already running, warmed up & etc.. This could be done relatively safe, just not by some bozo copying a design from a lawnmower or a chainsaw or something. I'd also like to see "Redneck" try his experiment with a full load of tree trunks in the back of his pickup, with the air conditioner on high, headlights and four-ways on, blowing the horn and driving uphill on a freeway at rush hour. "Stupid" is a word that just doesn't do them justice, besides being an insult to stupid people, who are usually smarter. The lengths some people will go to not to fix the carburetor in their lawnmowers… What do people here think? He got nothing but "likes" on Facebook, which frankly scares me.