Cookie Usage

A cookie is a simple text file that is stored on your computer or mobile device. It can only be read by the website that owns it. A cookie is unique to a web browser. It contains details of the website and anonymous information allowing it to identify you.

Most websites use cookies in order to improve your experience. They store a simple text file on your computer that remembers your preferences, in order to make the interaction between you and the website easier. Without cookies, every time you visited a page the site would see you as a new visitor.

Why does Safer Driving use cookies?

Cookies help us see who you are and what type of device you are using when you visit the Safer Driving website. The cookies we use are essential in order for you to have the full experience of the site.

Don’t want cookies enabled on your device?

If you don’t like the thought of websites saving cookies and storing information, it is possible to change your browser settings to either notify you when a cookie is about to be saved, so that you can approve it, or block all cookies. You can also delete cookies that have been saved already.

Your browser help section will guide you through this process, or you can visit www.aboutcookies.org which explains how to allow or block cookies in different browsers.

Blocking cookies from Safer Driving will still allow you to visit our website..