Cookies policy

Cargo Race cookie policy

Last update 20.05.2018

Cargo Race can use cookies, web directories, pixel recognition, and other recognition technologies when you visit our site for your better experience.

We reserve the right to make changes to this Cookie Policy at any time and for any reason. We will notify you of any changes by updating the Last Update date of this Cookie Policy, and you will not be further informed or otherwise notified of any such change or modification. Any changes or modifications will take effect immediately upon publication of the updated Cookie Policy on the site. We encourage you to periodically review this Cookie Policy to be informed about updates. You will be deemed to have been notified, accepted, and subject to change in any revised Cookie Policy if your use of the site continues beyond the date when the revised Cookie Policy was published.


A cookie is a string of information that gives you a unique identifier that we save on your computer. Your browser provides this unique identifier every time you submit a request to the site. We use cookies on the site to keep track of the services you have used, to keep your registration information, to keep your user settings, to keep you logged in, to facilitate payment procedures and to track the pages of the site you are visiting. Cookies help us understand how we use the site and improve your experience.


When visiting the site, the following types of cookies may be used:

1. Ad Cookies

Ad cookies are saved on your computer by advertisers and ad servers to show ads that are most likely to be of interest to you. These cookies allow advertisers and ad servers to collect information about your visits to our and other sites, to switch ads sent to a specific computer, and to count how often an ad has been reviewed and by whom. These cookies are computer-related and do not collect personal information about you.

2. Analytical Cookies

Analytical cookies track how users reach the site and how they interact and move around once they are logged in. These cookies help us determine which parts of the site are working best and which parts are improving.

3. Our Cookies

Our cookies are first and can be either permanent or temporary. They require cookies and without them the site will not work properly or provide some functionality. Some of them can be manually turned off by your browser, but this can affect the functionality of the site.

4. Customizable Cookies

Customizers are used to identify repeat visitors to the site. We use these cookies to record your browsing history on the site, the pages of the site you've visited, and your settings and preferences whenever you visit the site.

5. Security Cookies

Security cookies help to identify and prevent security risks. We use these cookies to validate users and keep their data from unauthorized parties.

6. Site Management Cookies

Site management cookies are used to support your site identity or session so you will not be unexpectedly thrown away and to save the information you are forwarding from page to page. These cookies can not be excluded individually, but you can disable all cookies in your browser.

7. 3rd party cookies

Third-party cookies can be stored on your computer by vendors that provide different services to us when you visit our site. These cookies allow third parties to collect and track certain information about you. These cookies can be manually disabled in your browser.


Most browsers are set to accept the default cookies. However, you can remove or deny cookies in your browser. Please note that such actions may affect the site's functionality and functionality.

For more information on how to manage cookies, check your browser or device settings.

In addition, you can opt out of some of the third-party cookies through a denial tool posted by the Network Advertising Initiative.


In addition to cookies, we may also use web directories, pixel tags and other recognition technologies to help customize and enhance your experience. A web directory or a pixel tag is a miniature object embedded in a web page or e-mail. They are used to count users who have visited a particular page or have opened e-mail, and for acquiring other statistics. They collect only a limited amount of data, such as cookie number, page and e-mail date and time, and a description of the page or e-mail to which they are staying. Web directories and pixel tags can not be denied. However, you can limit their use by managing the cookies that interact with them.

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