The Surprise resident doesn’t carry a wand and prefers a ballcap to a top hat. He can’t pull a rabbit out of his hat.
However, the 62-year-old retiree may have a way to make those high prices at the gasoline pumps disappear.
“My wife likes what I’m doing,” said Davis, who moved from South Dakota to Surprise in October. “It keeps me out of the house and in the garage.”
Davis uses simple household items such as baking soda, distilled water and Mason jars to build hydrogen fuel cells, which he installs as fuel-saving devices on vehicles.
The Surprise man does it all out of the garage at his home on Ironwood Street.