Onboosti, the front plate holder was already mounted when I first saw the car. Ohio has the stupid law that requires cars to have a front plate, although Kentucky and I believe Indiana don't. I was one pulled over by Ohio State Highway Patrol in my 84 Trans Am during rush hour bumper to bumper traffic going no faster than anyone else and my lack of a front plate was the excuse used to pull me over. I told The Statie i don't have the bracket and it's an old car so it's not easy to find, not that i looked. He was fishing and had nothing so he had to let me go.
As for the good gas mileage, I would say for the most part I've been easier than normal on the car. I just got back from a two day golf outing that was about 140 miles away. Once I got on the highway, I kept it very close to the speed limit which varies from 55 to 70 along the way. I also tried not to accelerate too fast, but just enjoy the ride. And I must say, even after over 2 hours in the car, it's still very comfortable and even relaxing after a weekend of 63 holes of golf.
The dash board display is saying I'm getting 34 average MPG on this tank (reset at last fill up). I've got to fuel up before heading to work tomorrow and I'll post what the MPG was based on miles traveled since last refuel and amount of fuel put back into the tank.