Our web cookies (cookies) are not edible, but are small text files placed on your computer, mobile phone or other device, when you visit our website. Cookies can, for example, help us to recognize you the next time you visit our website, but also allow us to offer a safer and more reliable service.
There are two types of cookies. Temporary cookies (session cookies) are stored as long as you are visiting the website and are deleted when you close the browser. The other type is saved for a longer period of time but has an expiry date.
Functional cookies; are used to handle certain features on our pages, so your choices and settings will be remembered when you return to the website.
Cookies for analysis; are used to measure the demand for our services, how they are used and work for the user. The information we gather is used to maintain and improve our services.
Most browsers allow the user to choose how cookies are handled. You can set the browser to refuse to accept cookies, or to delete certain cookies. If you choose to block cookies, parts of the functionality of our service may be impaired or disappear, as it requires that cookies are allowed.
If your browser settings allow cookies, we interpret this to mean that you accept cookies on our website.
You can turn off or delete cookies on your browser at any time. How the browser is cleared of cookies varies according to which browser you use. You will find how to do this by searching online or in your browser's help page. Note that if you block all cookies (essential cookies included), you may no longer have access to all features on the site.
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Our cookies are used to ensure that you get the right information, are able to navigate more easily, use My Pages, see your signed warranties and for us to be able to see visitor statistics.
With the help of a cookie, the website can e.g. detect that you are logged in. When you log out, the cookie disappears. Cookies are also used for moving information between different steps in a form, or a damage report.
Third-party cookies are cookies where the visitor comes from a different domain, and provides us with visitor statistics through Google Analytics. We use the statistics to analyse how the site is used and is functioning. Learn more about Google Analytics
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