Hey everyone! I've been reading a bunch of the help thread here! I dont currently have a set commute that i follow, however would love for some people to give me advice on what i can do to improve my MPG and what should be expected from my vehicle. I live in downtown Seattle(anyone from here?) I have a 4dr Honda Civic 02 EX. Its a 5spd manual which i love. I have a few questions and some insight on how i drive and would love for some feedback! On the freeway, i drive usually around 50-60mph while try(keyword) to use the pedal lock method. What is your method to keeping the pedal at a constant position? I've noticed the slightest adjustment(even just moving your toes in your shoe) on the pedal itself will cause the car to go from 50 to 60 I've increased the tire pressure to the highest psi based on the tirewall specs. When sitting idle for longer than 7 seconds, i will shut the car off and turn it on as i see a stop light turn yellow. I've also started to run in neutral when going down hills in the city, often will shut the vehicle off if no one is around and only going straight(trying to keep safety a bit high). Also will stick the car in neutral while on a down hill or am expected to come up to a turn. Pretty much when ever possibly i try to run in neutral for as long as possible, without loosing momentum(on down hills of freeways), or when i am expected to stop(few lights ahead light is red). Any other tips and tricks that i could to to enhance my MPG? Unfortunately i can't afford a scangauge...yet...however as soon as i have the spare money, i will be buying one! With normal driving i can get 300MPG on a full tank of gas(possibly upwards of 350-380mpg), however since I am still on my first tank of gas while purely hypermiling, my fuel gauge is currently at 1/2 tank(just hit it), and am sitting at 170mpg which equals about 350mpg for a full tank. Should i be expected to get a better MPG with the lower half of the tank than with a full tank? I feel like i should be getting a little better MPG with these new driving methods - but then again, driving location might be playing a roll(living in Seattle) Thanks again for everyone's help!!!!