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  • n. Plural form of hypermiler.


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  • Others, sometimes known as hypermilers, are willing to go to extremes to minimize fuel consumption.

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  • These range from "hypermilers," whose mission in life is to squeeze out every available inch of mileage from whatever fuel is powering their conveyance, to nay-sayers who claim gasoline and hybrids are achieving such high mileage figures that the investment and hype in EVs is unnecessary.

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  • And a conservation movement among drivers known as "hypermilers" is burgeoning, using bold driving techniques, from extremely slow speeds, to driving single-file behind tractor-trailer trucks to share the same pocket of air, a practice known as "drafting."

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  • Some drivers, often called hypermilers (www.

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  • For "hypermilers," beating the EPA average fuel economy is an obsession.


  • As a result of the cost of oil, a growing number of drivers are becoming "hypermilers".

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  • The are many "hypermilers" that can come up with many thousands of creative solutions to increase gas mileage and save money on fuel.

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  • "hypermilers" obsessively coax dozens more miles out of each gallon.

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  • One of the most effective ways to improve mileage is to adopt at least a few of the tactics used by hypermilers.

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  • This is a high-level skill, one that is best exemplified by hypermilers—people who practice driving techniques meant to squeeze the most mileage possible out of their vehicles.

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