What are cookies?
A cookie is a small packet of data, which is stored in the users browser, as requested by a website. The data file can be retrieved next time the users returns, thus allowing the site to identify the user as the is same person. This is useful when you need to remember the states of a someones previous activity when navigating separate pages. Examples of this is when logging in, saving items in a shopping basket, or simply saving a personal preference.
Cookies are regulated by the ICO under the EU Cookie Directive. for more information visit the information commissioners office:- ico.org.uk
Types of cookie
There are three main types of cookie:-
- Session Cookie – These are cookies that only last for the duration that your browser window is open. They will expire as soon as you exit your browser.
- Persistent Cookie – These last indefinitely and will only be removed from the users computer when either they are deleted by the user or when they expire as set by the website. This allows a website to detect return visits.
- Third Party Cookies – first party cookies are cookies that are created on the same domain as the one you are visiting. Third party cookies, are the other hand, are set by a different website (such as an embedded advertisement). Most web browsers allow you to block these types of cookie.
How do I control my cookies?
In most cases browsers will offer a “do not track” option. By going to your browser settings you should also be able to delete cookies or refuse them altogether.
Strictly Necessary Cookies
The website wont be able function without these and so they are therefore required for the website to work at all. These types of cookie do not require consent and you should avoid disabling these types of cookie.
Functionality cookies are used to save a users preference. This allows the website to be customised to the users choice.
Performance cookies are those that enhance your user experience. Benchmarking data provided by these types of cookies allow website operators to identify needs of improvement.
What cookies do we use?
We use the following cookies on this site:
|This is used an identifier for the users current session
|We use this to remember your choice on whether to accept cookies off our website.
|We use Google Analytics as a benchmarking tool to review traffic on our website.
Turbocentre Car Sales Limited is a credit broker and not a lender. We work closely with our finance partners who can introduce you to a number of lenders and their finance products which may have different interest rates and charges. We are not an independent financial advisor. We will provide details of products available from the lenders we work with, but no advice or recommendation will be made. You must decide whether the finance product is right for you. We do not charge you a fee for our services
Whichever finance partner we introduce you to, we will typically receive commission from them (either a fixed fee or a fixed percentage of the amount you borrow). The finance partners we work with could pay commission at different rates. However, the amount of commission we receive from a lender does not have an effect on the amount you pay to that lender under your credit agreement.” If you would like further information on the nature of the commission / remuneration that we may receive, you may request this in writing by email to email@example.com For further information on our commission arrangements please read our Finance Commission Disclosure Statement https://www.turbocentre.co.uk/finance.
Our FCA registration number is 65292.
To understand how we use and process your data please see our Privacy Notice see https://www.turbocentre.co.uk/privacy