Hello to all! I'm a new member here and a relatively new owner of a 2012 plug in Prius. My PIP is a bit unusual in that it is 100% recycled. It has parts from 2 PIPs that were "totaled" by insurance companies. The body is from a survivor of the flooding during hurricane Sandy while the interior and all electronics and wire-ing came from a rollover. Anyway it's all together and I'm really pleased with it. I have put about 4000 trouble free miles on it and am still learning how to drive it. I live in southern Kentucky where there is no such thing as a level road and it's been brutally cold. I've taken one long trip (1600 miles) in it too Florida on which I didn't have any opportunity to charge but managed to get 52 MPG on E10 while driving 55 to 75 MPH. My local driving averages around 20% EV and I get about 60 MPGE. I have my tires inflated to 40,38 and run with grill blocking (75% lower) and use "Torque" to monitor the coolant temp etc. At home I use E0 which I'm sure glad I have available. An interesting observation is that the PIP's computers are very close to actual MPG on the E0 but optimistic by about 5% on E10. I'm sure I can get better fuel economy, especially on the highway having read of a "super highway mode" but how can I find it using "Torque"?