The 'Site' is managed by Ligier Group, a simplified public limited company with capital of EUR 96,000,000, registered on the trade and companies register of Cusset under number B 712 000 272, with registered office at 105 route d’Hauterive - 03200 ABREST - FRANCE
1. Type of data processed / Links to other websites
This site contains links to other websites. These sites will have their own personal data protection policy and general terms and conditions of use. Ligier Group accepts no responsibility for the content and practices of these sites.
The existence of such links to other sites does not constitute an endorsement or approval of the content of these sites by Ligier Group.
When transferringthe user to a partner site, a new browser window opens.
The brands mentioned are the property of their respective owners or licensees.
2. The collection and use of information
In an effort to optimise this Site in terms of system performance, to facilitate the use thereof and to supply useful information on our products and services, we collect and automatically save the information in your computer's authentication files. This includes your IP (Internet Protocol) address, the type of browser and language preferences, the operating system, the internet service provider and the time stamp.
We use this information to manage this Site effectively, learn more about user behaviour on our Site, analyse current trends and collect demographic data by considering our users as a whole. The collected information can be used for our Marketing and Communications department with a view to improving and optimising user experience by proposing more attractive content and services.
3. What is a cookie?
A cookie is a text file installed on your computer when you visit a site or consult an advertisement. The aim is to collect information relating to your browsing and to propose services suited to your device (computer, mobile or tablet). Cookies are managed by your web browser. We endeavour, where possible, to ensure that audience measurement providers strictly comply with the amended French data protection act of 6 January 1978 and commit to implementing appropriate measures for safety and the protection of confidential data.
4. What type of cookies does the site use?
These are temporary cookies installed in your browser's cookie file until you close your browser session. These cookies are necessary for certain applications or Site features to run smoothly.
It is likely that we will use permanent cookies in order to improve the user experience by offering optimised browsing, for instance. These cookies are stored in your browser's cookie file for a longer period of time. The length of time these cookies are stored depends on your browser settings. Permanent cookies allow information to be sent to the server each time a person views the website in question. Permanent cookies are also known as tracking cookies.
For more information on cookies, there are a wide variety of online publications such as www.allaboutcookies.org
Performance and analysis cookies
Cookies linked to social media use
'Social' cookies are linked to services provided by third parties, such as 'Like' or 'Share' buttons.
They are used to provide services or store your sharing preferences with social media.
The social network behind the applicative button may be able to identify you through this button, even if you didn't use the button while viewing our site. This type of applicative button may allow the social network in question to understand how you browse our site simply because you were signed into your account on that social network on your device (open session) when you navigated to our site.
We have no control over the process used by social media to collect information related to your browsing of our site and linked to the personal data in their possession. We encourage you to consult the privacy policies on these social networks to find out more about the end uses –marketing in particular– of the browsing information collected using applicative buttons. These protection policies should allow you to make an informed choice when it comes to social media, particularly when setting up your user accounts on each of these networks.
5. Activation and deactivation of cookies and similar technologies
Each browser is different when it comes to managing your cookies and your options. Your browser's help menu will show you how to manage your cookie preferences.
If you use Internet Explorer™ version 8.0, for instance, you should follow these steps:
1. Click on Tools then Internet Options
2. Click on the Privacy tab
3. Use the cursor to select the desired settings.
For other versions of Internet Explorer™, visit: windows.microsoft.com/fr-FR/windows-vista/Block-or-allow-cookies
For other web browsers, consult the browser instructions for information on how to alter the settings or delete cookies.
For Safari™: support.apple.com/kb/HT1677
For Chrome™: support.google.com/chrome/bin/answer.py
For Opéra™: help.opera.com/Windows/10.20/fr/cookies.html
Please note that some Site features may be unavailable if cookies are deactivated.
6. Contact us
CUSTOMER SERVICES DEPARTMENT
105 route d’Hauterive
03 200 ABREST
You can also contact our Customer Services Department:
• By e-mail, by clicking here
• By phone on +33 (0)4 70 58 58 20, from Monday to Friday between 9 am and 12 pm / 2 pm and 5 pm.