Speeding is not enjoying, its just a way to feed your immature self.
Basically, people who like to speed up are the ones who probably feel that they are not as important as some other people may be, so they end up with the feeling that if they drive faster, people will think that they are attractive and give them importance.
Sadly, no one gives a damn.
I enjoy driving slow. I enjoy looking at the sights around the road. The motorway is surrounded by some nice fields and things that are soothing to eyes. A mature person would never feel comfortable by speeding up.
Keeping the AC on is not a problem and does not really conflict hypermiling. In fact, opening windows causes more drag and wear than AC would cause if the fan is running at lower speeds.
I would like to drive in a way that I enjoy (slow, and calm), and still save fuel.
There is no point in driving fast. Really.
I mean if all you're going to do after reaching your destination is sit down and ****, then you better drive slow and save some money.
This speeding reminds me of a waqiyah, that I would like to quote here:
Eik dafa eik angraiz pakistan aya, us ne dekha ke train ka pathak close ho raha tha kiuke train aa rahi thi. Eik Pakistani jo cycle par sawar tha, cycle sae utra, cycle haath main utha lee aur phatak cross kar ke dosri taraf chala giya.
Agraiz ne soocha ke yar main waisay he samjhta tha ke Pakistanio ko waqt ki qadar nahi hai, dekho isne kitna time save kiya hai aur ab yeh ja kar koi zaroori kaam karay ga.
Jab train guzar gai.. to wohi cycle wala eik bandar ka tamasha dekhne ke liye ruka hoa tha side par..
Think, literally, how many people actually do productive stuff after reaching home. I mean I'm sure there must be students, there must be business men etc, but HOW MANY loose money because they reached their destinations 15 minutes later?
That's the whole difference it puts. Maximum 15 minutes.