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Everyone who visits a website must be informed that the website uses cookies and what the purpose is.

The visitor must also give his consent to the use of cookies.

Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer. Cookies are used e.g. to support the functionalities of the website. A website can only read a cookie it has created itself. Cookies are often necessary for the very basic functions of a website, for example by ensuring that a choice you make on one page is remembered when you move on to the next page. Cookies can not cause any harm.

There are basically two types of cookies:

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Consent to the use of cookies occurs when you go to Euro Accident's website and accept cookies in the browser. If you do not want to consent to the use of cookies, you can turn off cookies in your browser's security settings. This means that you automatically refuse that cookies may be stored, or that you must be informed every time a website wishes to store a cookie in your computer. Via the browser, you can also delete previously saved cookies. Check your browser's help services for more information.

If you do not agree to the use of cookies, the functionalities on Euro Accident's website may be limited.

On the Euro Accident website, cookies are used for purely technical reasons to make the website more functional. Cookies are only used when necessary. If a function can be used without cookies or can be removed without causing unreasonable costs or significant deterioration for the user, this must be done.


If you have questions about our cookies and their use, you can contact us via the contact form here.

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