Originally Posted by corey415
2. Drive with light clothes on (try to avoid wearing denim or leather)
I don't think that the weight of your clothes are going to really register a difference on the MPG readout.
Now I know that hypermilers want to take things to the extreme but please folks, don't go one step further and drive around without any clothes on.
I can just see it now....telling a police officer that stops you...."really officer, I'm only trying to get better miles per gallon"....
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