Hey, all - saw a couple of tv stories this summer and had my class (I teach) do a presentation on hypermiling. I've been trying it with my limited knowledge since that time and being competitive, try to beat my mpg each tank of gas. I've definitely improved and things that I'm sure I used to do are now no-brainers and I find myself silently judging people that are speeding up toward the time they get to slow down at the stop light! Kidding. Anyway, my question is when I'm driving to work, I could go 60 mph, which I've read is the recommended consistently the entire way. Or, I could go 70 or so and then coast (I think this is the P & G method, but haven't found a terminology thread yet for all these acronyms). Anyway, is it better to drive at a consistent pace or to P&G...I know there are probably a lot of variables depending on the drive and whether it's flat, hilly, etc., but thought I'd just throw that out there. Also, is it better to coast slowly (I've found I can make the last .8 miles home in neutral, though by the end I'm going pretty slowly and it drives my wife crazy - haha), or to just accelerate a bit, coast and get there more quickly thereby turning the car off more quickly? I guess I'm just uncertain of how much gas is being used when you're not accelerating...sorry these are such rookie questions, I'm sure!! I'm sure I have a few other questions, but I'll start with these. Thanks, in advance!