Greetings to all! I just returned from the trip I said I was undertaking....Seattle to Miami, FL. I went solo & removed the other seat. I played the piano @ the airport Marriott in Miami, (part time job) then attended the 12 hours of Sebring sports car race. I carried a small 2 gallon gas container to extend my range. For example, I went from Tucson AZ to Baton Rouge LA non-stop! I brought my bucket & mitt and washed the car 3 or 4 times. I mostly had light headwinds, but at one point on I-40 near Henryetta, OK I had a 40 mph tailwind. I was so excited I was nearly foaming at the mouth, but it lasted only an hour as I came into a heavy rain & calm wind. I saw many beautiful passing sights including historic colonial houses in GA, and amazing red cliffs & rocks in far northern AZ. I was near Eglin Air Force Base in FL just 3 hours after they tested the big MOAB bomb. I met with 2 expert Insighters in Phoenix; Ricky and Clayton the Blue Insight man! Anyway, I kept my fuel receipts and carried my GPS from my airplane to verify the numbers. Here's the scoop: Total miles 7390..... Gallons burned 82.34..... MPG 89.623..... Driving hours 124.8..... Driving days 7.3..... Avg miles/day 1014..... Tire pressure 49/47...... Motor oil RedLine 5w-20 (synth)..... Oil consumed 0...... Fuel type Chevron regular......Fuel cost $128.60.....Typical speed 61 mph...... I was trying to average 90mpg but didn't quite make it. I found the biggest key to high mpg was to keep it in the lean burn mode! It is a process of very slightly letting UP on the gas pedal while cruising on the freeway. So now it's time to change my oil......after all that driving, only 2.5 qts of oil...AMAZING!!!!!