We have this thread: Best energy usage at high speeds and it's confirmed what I've thought: it's easier to maximize range on the highway. Now there's a lot of reasons for this (constant speed, higher speeds so more distance covered, drafting etc), but what about at low speeds? For example, heading out to work or the restaurants (20 mins away, but only partially highway) I see really high usage. The roads are all 30-45MPH areas, and I've yet to master a way of being really efficient in this. So what are some tips? Do you creep off from lights? Heavy regen to lights? How about hilly areas at these lower speeds? Accelerate before and at the bottom of the hill to use less energy to crest it? Slowly putt putt up the hill (wouldn't that use more energy)?