Hello all! I've been lurking for a few weeks, studying the forums, and here's the first question I wasn't able to find an answer for. By the way, THANK YOU for all the great info! I have a short commute from home to train station (Long Island Railroad), about 2 miles total, with no less than 7 (seven!) stop signs and two or three traffic lights (depending on where I park). The first light is 60-90 seconds, the second one is 30-60 seconds, and the third one is three minutes. Driving my brand new (about 500 miles total) '09 TCH :bananapartyhat: I'm using all the hypermiling techniques I've learned here, except FAS, which I'm a bit hesitant to do on a hybrid. My SG is on the way from Wayne :Banane45:, so I'm looking forward to learning a lot more. So far, on any trip other than my commute, I consistently get over 40mpg, but going to the station and back I'm struggling to get anything better than 25mpg. I was wondering if anyone could give me advice on what I can do to improve that. I've already considered walking and bike riding Thanks in advance!