Replying to several comments:
Coasting down that hill (JoeS): Yes, I've been practicing my coasting skills down that hill. It's definitely a skill to be learned to make it smooth and efficient. I have another spot going into the U.S. just before the Peace Bridge that I've been developing my coasting skills. I've never heard of this before I met all of you hypermilers.
More mileage on the first bar (BillThomson): I've read these post but haven't noticed this phenomena myself. My first bar always goes quickly because of that hill. But the second bar last to just where I cut the video off. In summer I consistently can make it to Buffalo on six bars, if I'm real good and the weather is in my favor I can do it on 5. It's 30 miles one way. The winter is between 7 and 8 bars depending on weather.
Several q's from aarond12: Caught me doing a rolling stop.
But, I did read it is a hypermiler technique to keep it moving. The speed, I've just learned to deal with it. Most people just blow around me and I find some people follow me for a long distance. I guess they want to save gas, too. If someone got up behind me and gave me a hard time, I would just keep doing it and probably slow down even more. Drafting - works great. I was late to work the other day and had to bring my speed up quite a bit - technique worked great to keep my amps down and my speed up.