Hubio Fleet cookie policy

A cookie is a small text file placed on your computer that uniquely identifies you. It tells our web servers when you return to a page you’ve already visited.

In general, you may visit our website without providing us with any personal information. However, there are times when we may need information from you, including your Internet address, so that we can track unique visits to our site for analytic purposes.

A new EU law regarding the use of cookies has come into effect which requires websites to ask visitors for their consent to use most cookies.

There are a number of cookies that we use, including:

Our cookies

‘_utma’, ‘_utmb’, ‘_utmc’ and ‘_utmz’

These are used by Google Analytics to anonymously count visits to the site and tell us patterns in how the user moves around the site, enabling us to make the site better.

Third party cookies

Cookies for certain other services (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, AddThis) are set by the embedded content. We don’t control these cookies so for more information we advise you to check those services’ cookie policies.

Most browsers will enable the use of cookies by default. Therefore, if you wish to opt-out of the use of cookies you will need to change your browser settings. However, switching off cookies may restrict your use of our website and/or delay or affect the way in which our website operates.

The open nature of the Internet is such that data may flow over networks without security measures, and may be accessed and used by people other than those for whom the data is intended. While this is out of our control, we aim to apply appropriate levels of security at all times.

Our website uses Secure Socket Layer (SSL) to enhance security when entering sensitive data while requesting an online quote. SSL is the industry standard technology for protecting and maintaining the security of message transmissions over the Internet. When you enter sensitive data from secured sites, encryption will scramble your data into an unreadable format to inhibit unauthorised access by others.