Driving at night: myths and tips


Sleep is a risk factor that causes much of the accidents that occur on night trips, although traffic density is lower during those hours. For this reason, if we decide to travel at night, we must keep in mind that our body is better adapted to night rest and that it is a necessity, so, the only solution if we are tired, will be to stop and sleep.

Is it better to travel day or night?

During the night the traffic is reduced considerably, but most accidents occur during this time slot. One of the main reasons is the visual field: when driving at night, visibility is greatly reduced, since our night vision is lower and at the same time, essential for driving. Another factor is fatigue, since we humans rest at night.

Everything indicates that driving at night is more dangerous, however, during twilight hours, both sunrise and sunset, traffic is greater and visibility conditions are not the best. In addition, they are usually times when

McLaren not aiming for victory before 2023 – Motorsport.com


After three catastrophic seasons with Honda and a complicated year of transition with Renault, McLaren finally found its way back in 2019, a campaign at the end of which the Woking team won a promising fourth position in the constructors' classification. A podium in Brazil came to reward the regularity of the structure at the forefront of the middle of the peloton, even if it is obviously results fundamentally distant from the aspirations of McLaren, as a historic competitor and multititré of the queen discipline.

However, on the side of the current leaders, no question of being intoxicated by the relative success of 2019. On the contrary, we must continue on the traced path and not put the cart before the horse. "We must maintain the positive dynamic", explained Andreas Seidl, McLaren's main team, to Auto Motor und Sport. "We also want to take a step forward in 2020 – not

I drove at 356 km / h in Bugatti Chiron Sport on the Paul Ricard – Turbo.fr


That's all you experience when driving a Bugatti Chiron Sport on the Paul Ricard Circuit and its 1.6 km long straight line. Without baffle.

Never listen to those who say it is always nice in the south. Yes, that week the weather forecast announced six sunny days in Provence. But for the one where Bugatti invited us to try the Chiron at the same time as the Chiron Sport on the Paul Ricard and the surrounding roads, Météo France forecast 100% rain from morning to evening. Since its release in 2016, no one in the world has really tried the Chiron on the track. And so, just that day, we discover a dark sky like La Voiture Noire at dawn when we arrive in front of the Hôtel du Castellet to find two test Bugattis.

I ask Pierre-Henri Raphanel what will happen if the heavy rain announced falls as expected. "

BMW M5 vs M8: Which is faster? – Motor1 France


Of all the BMW M models, the M5 Competition and M8 Competition are the most identical. Aside from their bodywork, these two cars share the same engine and transmission, while having a weight difference of just 15 kilos. However, their price difference is enormous, which leads us to wonder where this money goes. To answer this question, the latest CarWow video may help us. The technical data sheets for both cars indicate that the M8 Competition is faster, something the presenter from CarWow wants to check.

Both cars are powered by a 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 engine. This engine develops a power of 625 hp for a phenomenal torque of 750 Nm. Strangely, the two cars have the same 8-speed transmission and the same M xDrive all-wheel drive system. The main difference is that one is a Sedan that can accommodate up to five people, while the other is a Coupé that can barely accommodate a human in the back.

It turns out there is an

iOccasion: our opportunity rating for iPhone (February 2020) – iGeneration


It is by looking at our forums that we realized that many readers would like a price quote for used iPhone to see the light of day on iGeneration.

To help you and by browsing our site dedicated to the small ads of Apple products, iOccasion, we have thus erected a table which includes the average resale price found, and therefore advised, for each used iPhone put on sale (yellow column) . Obviously, this rating is purely indicative and is in no way official. Do not hesitate to give us your opinion in comments or on our dedicated forum.

The criteria used

Believing that it was a good idea to decorate this column with additional information, we have added two other columns to the table:

  • The m

The Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro at the top of the photo, according to DxOMark – Journal du geek


The photo block on the back of the Mi 10 Pro has four sensors, a main one of 108 megapixels (f / 1.69), an ultra-wide angle of 20 megapixels (f / 2.2), a telephoto lens of 12 megapixels (f / 2) and a second 8-megapixel (f / 2) telephoto lens, which allows the smartphone to offer 10x optical zoom with OIS.

A set of high-level photo sensors

Impressive features on paper, but what are they really worth? DxOMark performed a full camera test on the Mi 10 Pro and for these specialists, there is no doubt: the camera is simply the best they have ever tested with a score of 124, right in front of the Mate 30 Huawei Pro (123) and Honor V30 Pro (122).

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Huawei: a significant drop in smartphone sales in France? – MeilleurMobile


The Canalys Institute has released sales figures for Huawei smartphones. According to analyzes, it would seem that the brand has seen its sales fall in France.


Huawei disputes these figures. Here is the information available on this subject.

What are the results published by the Canalys Institute?

Despite the embargo, Huawei appears to have kept smartphone sales afloat. However, several analysts agree that this good level is mainly due to sales in Chinese territory. In its quarterly report at the end of 2019, the Canalys Institute claims that the Chinese giant has suffered losses in its sales on the French market. According to the report, this fourth quarter 2019 is 45% less efficient than the fourth quarter of

Toyota Reopens Three Factories In China Next Week | Stock Market Zone – Zonebourse.com


The resumption of production was initially expected on February 3, after the end of the Chinese New Year which corresponds to a period of vacation, but was postponed with the epidemic which has so far caused 1,500 deaths and contaminated 67,000 people.

Builder Changchun's activities in Jilin Province and Guangzhou in Guangdong Province will resume on Monday. The Tianjin plant in northern China will reopen on Tuesday, said Toyota.

The automaker did not yet know when activities at the Chendgu plant in Sichuan could resume.

Other manufacturers have announced in the past few days to resume production in China. General Motors said on February 10 that activity would resume on Saturday. The BMW Brilliance joint venture announced a resumption of production on Monday.

(Kiyoshi Takenaka, French version Caroline Pailliez)