This person got 59 MPG just by changing some of his driving habits.
Here is some things that he might've did.
Anyone here like that?
Yes I have been playing with it. 35 MPG Honda 2007 CRV, 10 mile trip with several stop lights. Most of the time I get 32 or 33. If I drive the vehicle norally I get 25 MPG. Jim in Mobile, AL
I just didn't know what it was called. I typically get about 10mpg better than my wife does driving a Prius... The problem is you definitely will drive people behind you crazy so I don't really push it. On a trip back from Idaho, I filled up in Utah, went through the mountains to Lone Pine, CA and continued to Los Angeles, all down hill. I was getting 99mpg practically all the way from Lone Pine; I made it home with gas to spare. Average mpg for that tankful = 75...
Won't even try. I like being alive way too much to do some of the stuff suggested on some web sites like drafting trucks, etc.
I don't do anything crazy, but just slowing down a little, and no jackrabbit starts, help increase the mpg's,
I like the one that says to turn off the vehicle going down hill. Every car/truck I've had with power steering doesn't work with the engine off.
BTW I went from my garage to the end of the driveway and got 99.9 mpg does that qualify? LOL
The Ultimate Guide to Hypermiling: 100 Driving and Car Tips and Resources for anyone interested.
Number 8 is against the law in Ohio and very dangerous! what about your state are you allowed to draft?
But there sure is one for following to close... (In California)
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