Hello fellow Hypermilers, It's been a few years since I've been on here. I seemed to have plateaued with my hypermiling. A little about my vehicle and my driving: I have a 2007 Dodge Caliber SE 2.0 CVT, 114,000 miles, well maintained, ScanGuage II, I use mostly E15 88 Oct unleaded and sometimes reg unleaded 87 oct. I drive about 60 miles a day, round trip. Here's how it breaks down with techniques. Interstate section: -Light traffic both ways -26 miles total (one way is 13 miles) -AM commute I drive 73 to 77 mph, DWB, DWL -PM commute I drive 69 to 72 mph, DWB, DWL County road section: -Little to no traffic -24 miles total (one way is 12 miles) -AM commute, 60 to 63 mph, DWB -PM commute, 55 to 61 mph, P&G (shift to nuetral, sometimes turn off engine), DWL, DWB Highway section: -Light traffic -6 miles total (one way is 3 miles) -AM commute, 67 to 70 mph, DWB, DWL, Rabbit timing -PM commute, 65 to 67 mph, DWB, DWL Town sections: -Light to heavy traffic -30 to 40 mph, DWB, DWL, rabbiting timing, Smart Breaking Since October 1, 2017 I average just 26.7 mpg, . Then again, I live in Minnesota, and our average temp since then has been about 17°F the past few months. Nonetheless, does anyone have any suggestions for me? My original car on here, a 1996 Subaru Legacy, I recall getting 125% 130% of the EPA. How can I get better FE? What else can I do to be more like Wayne Gerdes?