hypermiling


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hy·per·mile

 (hī′pər-mīl′)
intr.v. hy·per·miled, hy·per·mil·ing, hy·per·miles
To engage in driving practices, such as shifting the transmission to neutral when going down hills, in order to produce the greatest gas mileage possible.

hypermiling

(ˈhaɪpəˌmaɪlɪŋ)
n
the practice of maximizing the fuel economy of a motor vehicle, esp through driving technique and vehicle maintenance
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Finally, O'Neill explores the ideas of pivoting and hypermiling in order to regain a sense of composure and reduce job ennui.
There are a number of techniques, from hypermiling (fuel-saving driving techniques) to keeping your car in good condition, keeping the weight down, removing anything that effects aerodynamic air flow, etc.
The C350 Plug-In appeals to a slightly different demographic, a little less concerned with hypermiling fuel economy and who just want some serious pace and some sexy technology.
(48) "Hypermiling" means adjusting your driving habits to save fuel, and these tactics can help you achieve up to 40 percent more miles per gallon.
When Ogilvy 360[degrees] ran the 1,000-mile Hybrid Challenge with the new Ford Fusion Hybrid, our testers were able to drive more than 1,400 miles on one tank of gas by using some pretty extreme hypermiling techniques.
Thanks to these displays, fuel-efficient driving now even has a name--'hypermiling"
Previous words of the year had included carbon neutral, locavore and hypermiling.
In the image and speed-conscious world of motoring, it's easy to think there's nothing sexy or fast about hypermiling, the so-called 'art' of eco driving.
Ever heard of "hypermiling?" It describes drivers who attempt to exceed their vehicles' EPA fuel economy rating through specific driving habits.
4 Hypermiling: In the current petrol market hypermiling (or driving to maximise you miles per gallon) could be the next big thing.
I practice hypermiling and have been able to push the city mpg up to 28-plus and highway mileage to 40-plus-a lot depends on the weather and road conditions.