Extreme Hypermilers Share Their Tips to Save Money at the Pump Story

Drivers throughout the United States are feeling the squeeze at the pump as the average price of a gallon of gas reached an all-time high of $4.43 on March 8.

At a time when there seems to be no relief in sight from ever-rising gas prices, there are lessons to be learned from extreme hypermilers – the driving enthusiasts who are obsessed with increasing their fuel economy and squeezing every last drop of gas out of their tanks.

Extreme hypermilers – also known as ecodrivers – are those who have mastered the art of being efficient with their engines.

When gas prices rise dramatically, their driving techniques and hacks more than offset the hit to their wallets.

Some of the tips hypermilers suggest smack of common sense. They recommend never braking hard, never accelerating too quickly, and generally becoming a more passive driver – even if it goes against your basic driving instincts.

These particular tips alone will immediately translate to better fuel efficiency.


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