A cookie is a small piece of text stored in a file on the device that you use to access the Internet. Cookies have many uses, but fundamentally they are only used on DoDrive.uk to store information about your visit to our website.
No. Cookies are just simple text files and are not computer software programs. Cookies cannot spread malware or do any harm to your computer or any other device used to access the internet.
From 26 May 2011 a new European Union (EU) directive required all websites to gain the consent of their users to download cookies on to their machines. On 24 May 2012, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) released new guidance which said that a website can operate with cookies through ‘implied consent’.
Implied consent means that by using our website, you agree to cookies being set. If you want to disable cookies, this policy talks you through how to do this.
DoDrive.uk only use Google Analytics Cookies. We use this type of cookie to keep an unidentified record of how visitors use our website. We do this so that we can provide, protect, improve and optimize the content and navigation of the website. These cookies do not store any personal data about you.
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DoDrive.uk do not control the setting of, and accept no liability in connection with, social media cookies. Please look at the social network websites for more information about what they do with cookies and how you can manage them.
Do Not Track (DNT) is a setting in your web browser that requests a website application disable its tracking of you. When you turn on the DNT setting in your web browser, it sends a signal to websites, analytics companies, ad networks, plug in providers, and other web services stop tracking your activity.
Incognito Mode or Private Browsing allows you to browse the internet safely without storing any local data such as; history, searches, cookies, temporary files.