What is a cookie?
The site you are visiting employs cookies. Thus, this site can access information already stored on your electronic communications terminal equipment, and also record information there.
Cookies are small text files that are installed on your computer or device when you visit our website.
INFORMATION COLLECTED BY COOKIES
Cookies help us gather information on how you use our website, but we do not store any information in cookie data concerning you that would allow us to identify you personally. We only record a unique session identifier that helps us find your user profile and preferences the next time you visit our site.
Our site uses two different types of cookies:
– “strictly necessary” cookies for which your prior consent is not required,
– other cookies that are submitted to you for your prior consent.
1 – Cookies that do not require prior consent
We use these cookies to allow you to browse our site easily, in particular cookies that:
– record your browsing preferences such as your language,
– allow you to browse our site more quickly and easily.
Technically, these cookies cannot be disabled on the site. You can nevertheless refuse the use of these cookies but only by adjusting your browser settings. These settings vary according to the browser you use, but the process is generally quite simple: you can either activate private browsing or simply refuse or restrict cookies. Please be aware that cookies may have been placed on your device before you change your browser settings. In that case, you should use your browser settings to delete your browser history.
The following table lists the cookies stored by truckcartel:
|Cookie Name||Cookie Purpose||Cookie Lifetime|
|acceptCookies||Records whether the user has explicitly agreed to continue browsing with cookies, in which case the cookie notification bar no longer need be displayed.||Records the user’s session identifiers.|
|Session_id||Reappears until the user clicks “OK”||One session|
2 – Cookies submitted to you for your prior consent
Our website uses some cookies controlled by us and others placed under the control of third parties that are submitted to you for your prior consent.
We use these cookies to:
– collect analytical information, for example to track the number of visitors to our site and identify the pages you visit most often on our sites. We use the analytical data we collect for marketing and resource-planning purposes;
– determine whether our customers and site visitors easily adapt to modifications we may make to our site.
The following table lists cookies stored by third parties:
|Stored By||Cookie Name||Cookie Purpose||Cookie Lifetime|
|Google Analytics||_utma ; _utmb; _utmc; _utmv; _utmz||Analyses website traffic||For a period of 2 years from the site visit|
|Google Universal Analytics||_ga||Assigns a unique identifier to each visitor.||A maximum of 2 years|
TYPES OF COOKIES
These cookies are stored on your computer or device temporarily during one browser session. They are deleted from your computer or device at the end of the browser session.
Persistent cookies remain on your computer longer. They help us recognise you when we need to know who you are for more than one browser session.
These cookies allow us to analyse traffic on our site in order to improve its performance and the way in which we present our content to you. Specifically, they track your browser session (the pages consulted most often, the page on which you leave our site, the length of your visit, etc.). The data stored by these cookies may only be viewed by the website teams in question, and it does not contain any confidential information.
The menus of most browsers have options allowing you to manage cookies by adjusting or configuring your cookie settings. In general, browsers allow you to:
– display your cookies;
– authorise cookies;
– disable all cookies or only certain cookies;
– disable all cookies when you close your browser;
– block cookies;
– to be notified when you receive a cookie.
Configuring cookies on different browsers:
All you need to do is consult your browser’s help menu to learn how to modify your cookie preferences.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT COOKIES