Hm now with that line I found that to be tip #10 in the Canadian version of top ten tips on how to save gas from the goverment. Now when I look at those ugly threads on other forums. They blame how unsafe I am by running red lights (not all! Only ones I know are safe to do so), and all the stop signs I run by from time to time (only on my local roads though, unknown areas I'll stop all the way), not having my engine on, the high tire pressure (15% over, but now its back to 0 due to my tire accident http://greenhybrid.com/discuss/donut.8231.html) and of course obeying the speed limit! Heck even that last tidbit didn't save me from the flamers, so my question to you folks is that line I posted in the subject really true (after all its from the goverment)? If so why does the world hate me so much when I try to pass those whom have the same potenial as me? Or do I just suck that much with the English language -_-; or maybe that the fact I'm doing some illegal things just to achieve what no one can if they are not up to breaking a few laws for themselfs, even though they are breaking many others without realizing it! My dad asked me as he was driving in his SUV with me one day, "wow don't you piss off a lot of drivers?" "what difference does it make when we arrive at the same red light? If he hits me from the behind it means you don't have to buy me a new car!! Besides that's what right lanes are for and the left lane is used for passing. People should pay attention to know if a car in front of them is approaching them too fast or too slow but people are too busy to realize it until they are really close to me to the point I can literally tap the brakes to cause some serious damage." "Well aren't what your doing is illegal?" "Look at yourself dad, your breaking the law now, your going 65km/h in a 50km/h zone." The conversation ended there, I was trying to convince him that a 600 mile tank in the toyota 4WD highlander was possible but he didn't buy it unfortnately. He still feels the risks are not worth it. Bleh. chosing the right words is a pain espically when you lost the language and then had to relearn it espically when trying to talk to those that English wasn't their first primary langauge.