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Here you will find all information relating to cookies used by DAF Trucks N.V.

 

Our cookies policy

We are committed to providing you with as complete and transparent details as possible regarding the cookies that we use on this site. We use cookies to improve the user-friendliness of our website and to filter ads and other content according to your interests. See below to discover more about cookies and comparable technologies, what they are used for and how you can opt out of cookies should you wish to do so. We will keep you informed of any developments relating to cookies via this page.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small files that are saved on your computer. Cookies can be used to determine whether your computer has connected to one our pages before. Only the cookie is identified on your computer. Personal data can then be stored in cookies once you have provided your consent or if it is absolutely essential for technical reasons, for example to log you into an online feature that is password-protected.

Types of cookies:
The cookies used by DAF Trucks N.V. can be divided into different types:

  • Functional cookies: Functional cookies are essential to ensure that our website functions correctly and to provide a service that you have requested, for example automatic login or automatic completion of your details.
  • Analytical cookies: Cookies that help us find out what we can improve on the website.
  • Tracking cookies (first-party and third-party): Cookies that are used to determine your browsing habits, making it possible to tailor services and display content relating to products and other content across different domains.

If you choose not to accept cookies, our services may not function as intended.

Cookies used by DAF Trucks N.V.

The following cookies are currently in use on this website:

Functional cookies:

Analytical cookies:

  • Google Analytics: A tracking service that tells us how visitors are using our site to help us improve the experience for the user. In addition, these cookies also provide insight into the success of our ads on third-party websites.
  • Google Tag Manager: A service that helps us to manage tracking pixels.
  • Hotjar: A tracking service that helps us find out what can be improved on the website.

Tracking cookies (third-party):

  • Google DoubleClick: Cookies that collect information on how a visitor uses our website. This information is used to display the most relevant ads for a specific user on third-party sites. DoubleClick uses anonymous cookies. These cookies collect information relating to your activity on our website and store this information under an anonymous identification number. These cookies do not store any personal data such as your IP address, name or other information. The information from the cookie can then be used to display ads plus product and other content from DAF Trucks N.V. on other websites which contains information that you have viewed.
  • Google AdWords: Cookies that collect information on how a visitor uses our website. This information is used to display ads on third-party sites (Google) that are most relevant to a specific user based on their recent searches. Google AdWords uses session cookies and persistent cookies for its advertising products.
  • Facebook pixel: Cookies that collect information on how a visitor uses our website. This information is used to display ads on third-party sites (Facebook) that are most relevant to a specific user based on their activity on the website.
  • Facebook: Allows content to be shared and liked via Facebook.
  • Twitter: Allows content to be shared via Twitter.
  • LinkedIn: Allows content to be shared via LinkedIn.
  • YouTube: Allows content to be shared via YouTube.

If you choose to block cookies on this site, you will still be able to visit the website. However, it is possible that you may not be able to use all of the sections or features of the website.

If you would prefer not to receive any cookies whatsoever, you can also customise your Internet browser settings to completely block any sites from placing cookies on your computer. You can find out how to do this using your browser's help function.