I can't think of another person who actually wants to save gas that bad in my area. Most of them own trucks in my region of Texas. One kid in high school just bought a Ford V-10 Triton. =$100 per fill.
I will definately throw it around. But, how can we take out the variables...
__________________ Current Stable
GasSaver: 2000 Honda Insight Silverstone w/AC 65+mpg
Track Terror: 2002 Honda S2000 Gran Prix White- lots of mods - 28mpg
Beater: 1988 Honda Civic DX Hatback - Stripped - 30mpg
RIP: 1996 Honda Civic LX 42mpg - you will be missed
Most of the variables will just have to be included into the statistics. We can account for the big stuff rather easily (driver, vehicle). The rest (driving style, etc.) will just be a part of the normal routine. As long as they do not go on a road trip for one of the tanks we should be okay.