Originally Posted by stevehnm
I agree with you and that has nothing to do with my point. I never said that, despite your repeated attempts to make a straw man out of my position. I said going a constant 60 mph will get you better mpg than constantly speeding up and slowing down but averaging 60.
Your link is false as well, because it says one can never get as good mpg as the EPA estimate. One can. It's just not worth it, unless one is happy to be making less than minimum wage while driving really slowly.
So answer the question.
No you said driving the speed limit 70-80mph in your area will yield you better mpg than the epa testing which is variable speed