Originally Posted by foghelmut
I changed my commute from taking the interstate to taking the back country roads. It adds about 5 or 10 minutes at most, is about 8 miles shorter, and includes stop signs and traffic lights.
But I'm not tempted to do 75-80 mph. My max speed is 55-60. Changing my commute has sent my fuel economy from 27-28 mpg to 30+.
10% ethanol gas from WaWa.
In south jersey? Which roads are you talking about?
I have done this too, taking rt 70 over I-295, slower and shorter yeilds best mpgs.
BTW i have definitely seen a '12 black sport more then once on my commute. If this is you, then im going to honk at you everytime i see this car. lol