I do a 150 mile round trip every month or so from Hampshire to Hertfordshire. It involves the M3, M25 and A1(M) with a couple of miles at either end to get to the actual destinations. From Hants to Herts I average 44 mpg according to the DIS, but in the reverse direction it’s always 38 mpg. I keep the speed at 80 or just under, occasionally straying towards 90 if I need to overtake the odd car I’d rather not follow. I can’t fathom why I don’t get the same mpg figure in both directions, so does anybody have any idea why there should be such a disparity? I’m sure it’s too simplistic to think that it’s all downhill on the way to Herts and all uphill on the way back!