Good day, all. I hope this question can be answered. Please keep in mind I drive a really heavy 4,200 pound Jeep that can easily come to a stop when you let off the accelerator. Coasting is a joke. Here's my dilemma. When I am coming down a hill or just on a flat road, I obviously know to try to coast as far as possible, but I'm wondering if there is a better way for me. Is it beneficial for me to be every so slightly touching the throttle under these circumstances? I attached a picture. From traveling right to left (popular road I drive down), the blue line is as far as I can coast without applying the gas. Without my right foot, it'll be at about 25mph at this area. Max speed down the hill is 42mph. That light is red 60 percent of the time. To simplify my question, can I gain mpg by being on the electronic throttle slightly instead of trying to coast as far as possible just to apply the gas again to regain speed? Thanks in advance.