Cookies

Our service uses cookies. Cookies are small files that can remember your preferences on your own computer while you are surfing the web and allow us to store information so that you do not have to fill it in every time. A cookie only saves your preferences and your interests on the basis of your surfing behaviour. A cookie does not store your name, address, age or any other personal information. It also allows us to see that you are visiting us again, and when you first visit our service, we display a message explaining cookies. If you continue to use our service, we will assume that you do not object to the cookies. If you accept our cookies, they will be stored for 6 months.

You can disable cookies via your browser, but some parts of our service will then no longer work properly. We have made agreements with other companies that place cookies about the use of cookies. However, we do not have complete control over what they do with the cookies. So please also read their privacy statements.


Functional and non-functional cookies

We distinguish between functional and non-functional cookies. We always set functional cookies. Functional cookies are necessary for our website to function properly. These cookies are placed by default and are not deleted when you do not accept them. Functional cookies make sure you can stay logged in during your visit to our website. These cookies also ensure that products in, for example, your shopping basket are saved when you want to buy something in our webshop.

In addition to functional cookies, we also place standard analytical cookies. This is an example of a non-functional cookie. It is not necessary for the proper functioning of the website. This way we know which parts of the website are popular and where we can improve our website. Only when you agree to place cookies, we also place a number of other non-functional cookies. These all have different purposes, but allow us to improve our services. For example, we use cookies to test improvements on our website, to display social media buttons or to show relevant ads for our services on other websites. Read more about non-functional analytical cookies below.


Analytical cookies

Analytical cookies allow us to measure your website visit. These statistics give us insight into how often you use our website, what information you are looking for and which pages are visited most. This tells us which parts of the website are popular and where we can improve our website for optimum user-friendliness. We continuously analyse and improve the website to make the experience as pleasant as possible for visitors. The statistics that we collect cannot be traced back to individuals. This data is therefore always used anonymously! We use Google Analytics to gain insights from the data. We always place analytical cookies when you visit our website.

Analytical cookies collect, among other things, the following data:

    Tracking the number of visitors to our web pages.
    Tracking the duration of the visit.
    The performed searches on the website.
    Data about your browser and device with which you visit our website, such as operating system and screen size.
    The way you arrived at our website, for example whether you clicked on one of our advertisements or on a link in an e-mail.
    Some anonymous data entered in a form, such as the type of car or which type of cover is most frequently chosen.
    Items you have purchased or added to the shopping cart on the website.

For more information on what Google will do with the data collected from these cookies, please see Google's privacy policy.

Integration of social media cookies

Social media is becoming more and more common on websites, such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Youtube and also Google. We also make use of social media on our website. We show videos and other content that you can promote and share via social networks using a button. In order for these buttons to function, social media companies such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube and Google place cookies so that they can recognise you when you are logged into that social network. The social media sites often use cookies to know from which website they are receiving visitors. They also use them to collect data about the page you share. For more information about the data that social media companies collect, please refer to the privacy statements of these companies. These can change regularly.

    Facebook
    Instagram
    Twitter
    YouTube
    Google+


Test improvement cookies

We are constantly testing our website in order to provide you with the best user experience. We want to know whether changes we make to the website also represent improvements. That is why we often carry out an A/B test first. This allows visitors to see an adjusted version of the website at the same time. In this way, we continuously optimise the website, also for user-friendliness, in order to help you as a visitor better and faster. Cookies are used to ensure that you get to see the correct version of a page and to measure and improve results.

Information we collect from visitors with tracking cookies are:

    Web pages visited;
    IP addresses;
    Cookie content;
    Referrer URL;
    Any other data you collect, such as data about the peripherals used and software settings on the device.


Cookies for research purposes

We use (TOOL) as a tool to conduct research on the website. This allows you to leave feedback on the website at any time. We also ask on certain pages whether we have helped you with that article. We also use an online survey in which we ask for your opinion about our website. We use this information to continuously improve our website. The cookie ensures that you do not see the survey too often. The cookie also transmits information about your operating system and the browser you use to visit the website.

To see how visitors use our website, we also use Hotjar. This tool records mouse clicks, mouse movements and scrolling behaviour of visitors on our website. Hotjar collects information on visited pages, the browser you are using and the type of device and operating system used. We use this data to improve the website.

To monitor the performance of our website, we use (TOOL). This cookie is placed to measure the speed of our website in your browser. This information allows us to detect and resolve any potential problems with the performance of our website in a timely manner.

In certain comparisons you can use a chat function to ask questions to one of our employees. We use Zendesk for this. Zendesk places a cookie to know how long you are on a page and whether you might need help.


Blocking and deleting cookies

If you want to choose not to accept our cookies, click here. If you do not want to accept the cookies from our website, you can choose to do so in the cookie message you see when you first visit our website. If you have previously accepted our cookies, you will no longer see this message and you must first delete our cookies. You will need to disable cookies on every computer you use. Also, if you use multiple browsers on the same computer, you will have to do this for each browser. See below for a short explanation of how to delete cookies for the most common browsers.


Delete our cookies in Safari:

Click on 'Safari' > 'Preferences' at the top left of the menu bar. Choose the 'Privacy' tab at the top of the window. Then click on 'Delete all Website data'.

Delete our cookies in Chrome:

Click on the icon with 3 lines at the top right. Click on 'Settings' > 'History' > 'Clear browsing data'. Make sure that 'Delete cookies and other site and plug-in data' is checked. You can also specify how old the cookies must be. Choose 'All' here.

Delete our cookies in Firefox:

Click on the icon with 3 lines at the top right. Go to 'Options' > 'Privacy'. Click on 'Clear your recent history'. Under 'Details' you can select exactly what you want to delete. Be sure to check "Cookies". You can also specify how old the cookies must be. Select 'All' here.

Delete our cookies in Internet Explorer:

Click on the icon of a cogwheel in the top right corner. Go to the 'Security' menu > 'Delete browsing history'. Now you can specify what exactly you want to delete. Always tick 'Cookies and website data'. Click 'Delete' at the bottom of the window.

Delete our cookies in Microsoft Edge:

Click on the Menu icon (icon with 3 lines) at the top right. Click on the clock icon, this is the 'History' tab. Click on 'Clear all history'. Now you can indicate what exactly you want to delete. Always tick 'Cookies and saved website data' and click 'Delete'. At the bottom you can indicate whether you always want to delete this data when closing Microsoft Edge.

We use cookies and similar techniques to help you better and more personally. If you continue on our website we will assume that you are happy with it. Do you want to know more? Then read our privacy policy.