32 mpg in a Toyota Tacoma

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Yes, the best way to increase fuel economy is to slow down. Most devices for sale that claim to increase fuel economy (such as the idiot "HHO" devices) do not work.
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"Half of my driving is done on country backroads or in towns and about one-third on highways. The results is about 23.5 mpg."
Which is only a mile and a half above what I get in my 2002, 6 cy, auto DC by not rabbiting, screeching to a stop and using the hills properly [slowing slightly on the up and gaining speed back on the down].
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