eiver survey: What do our drivers want?

On December 1, 2017, we launched a major survey on our FaceBook page, to get to know you better and better meet your expectations. here are the results. You were over 350 to answer our December survey. Thanks to all for your contribution. We will take your opinions...
eiverTip 119: How to choose tires?

eiverTip 119: How to choose tires?

Choosing your tires according to the type of driving and driving habits, why? When it comes to changing the tires of your vehicle, it’s good to take into account several technical criteria! How to choose the type of tires most suited to our driving habits?...
eiverTip 111: The uphill start

eiverTip 111: The uphill start

Who has never dreaded a hill start? Beginner or confirmed driver, there is always this little bit of  stress – to stall or even back in the car (which sticks, of course) right behind us. There are two different ways to manage your hill start. The challenging or...
eiverTip 110: How to drive in a roundabout

eiverTip 110: How to drive in a roundabout

In France, there are two types of roundabouts. We tell you more about it.  On the first, the driver already on the roundabout has priority. The signs “give way” located at the “entrance” of the roundabout help to know. On the second type, which...
eiverTip 109: Drink or drive safe

eiverTip 109: Drink or drive safe

This old saying “Drink or drive”, everybody knows it and yet, drinking and driving is still one of the leading causes of mortality on the roads. The number of motorists driving with an alcohol a reading above the permitted rate on our roads represents just...
eiverTip 56: Fill your car tank efficiently

eiverTip 56: Fill your car tank efficiently

Do not overfill the tank, especially in summer The fuel temperature is filled to the soil temperature. Once in the tank, in direct sunlight, it can get very hot and expand to the point of flow back through the overflow. American hypermilers not even fill their tanks...
eiverTip 04: Driving downhill? Burn no fuel

eiverTip 04: Driving downhill? Burn no fuel

In the descent, what is the best way to reduce drastically fuel consumption and keep the best driving safety. Any hint ? When you’re driving down, it is not necessary and very dangerous to set gear to neutral to reduce   consumption. All vehicles today are...
eiverTip 94: Courtesy and safety on the road

eiverTip 94: Courtesy and safety on the road

On the road, courtesy means safety Whether you are walking, cycling or driving, courtesy remains a foundation of safety. Showing courtesy and respect towards other drivers helps both you and them stay safe. We are providing various tips about behaviours, car...
eiverTip 89: Cruise control and journey planning

eiverTip 89: Cruise control and journey planning

Use your car’s cruise control: On a normal day, making use of the cruise control to help keep a constant speed allows you to save on fuel consumption. Avoid busy times: The better you plan your journey, the more chances you have to avoid being stuck in traffic....
eiverTip 87: Use accessories sparingly

eiverTip 87: Use accessories sparingly

Use accessories sparingly The use of some accessories may dramatically increase your fuel consumption. Air-conditioning, for example, can increase fuel consumption by about 10% when driving in town. If not necessary, refrain from using it and settle for opening your...
eiverTip 86: Long stop? Kill your engine

eiverTip 86: Long stop? Kill your engine

Stop your car’s engine when stopping for more than a minute When you keep your car’s engine running for more than 60 seconds, even if not driving, you are actually burning more fuel than when stopping and re-starting it. A car releases 20 times more CO2 in...
eiverTip 107: Improve your car’s aerodynamics

eiverTip 107: Improve your car’s aerodynamics

Improve your car’s aerodynamics It is the end of the summer – and holidays – time. After making good use of roof racks, bike racks and other rear mirrors for caravans, the time has come to let go of these for a few months. Some of these accessories...
eiverTip 83: Think car-sharing

eiverTip 83: Think car-sharing

  Use ride-sharing once a week. Considering the fact that using a car costs an average of 50¢/km and this cost seriously grows during times of heavy traffic, it quickly becomes less expensive to adapt the way you travel and use other options than the car from...
eiverTip 81: How to use the start-stop function?

eiverTip 81: How to use the start-stop function?

The Start-Stop function is a system many car makers now fit vehicles with. This system linked to the car controls (accelerator, clutch,…) stops the engine when the car is stationary and the gear (manual) on neutral. A simple rule for using Start-Stop If on your...
eiverTip 104: Diesel and cold front

eiverTip 104: Diesel and cold front

Cold weather and temperatures are announced in certain regions of France and Europe. Here are our advice to not end up frozen. Cold engines, frozen cars? If you are driving a diesel-powered vehicle in geographic areas at risk of frost, add a product to the fuel to...
eiverTip 98 : ❄️ Slippery roads, beware of the ABS!

eiverTip 80: 5 tips for driving on icy roads

Copyright : www.autonews.fr – REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol (FRANCE) Summer is ending, people are back on the roads and rain (or even ice) is now on the way. Driving on a slippery road is sadly not something one can learn when working towards passing their licence....
eiverTip 72: How to drive in the fog

eiverTip 72: How to drive in the fog

  Fog can appear in any season anywhere. The biggest risk in the fog is the pileup. It usually occurs between 4 and 10 am, on separate axes and more frequently in some areas where fog is frequent and important roads. RISK FACTORS The fog induced three types of...