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This privacy policy is about the way information collected is used. No personal information is collected however information is collected about how users access and use this website.

1. The information collected and used If you use this website, you are in control of what information is collected, but if you choose not to share your information, you may not be able to access or use some areas of this website.

1a. How information is collected This information may be collected, stored and used when you use this website and when you call the Advertiser.

1b. What information is collected The information collected and held may include but is not limited to: a. information about your computer and about your visits to, and use of, the website (including your IP address, approximate geographical location, browser type, referral source, length of visit and number of page views); b. if you call the Advertiser, your phone and/or mobile phone number and the time, date and day of the week and length of your call; and c. any other information you may provide to the provider of this site.

1c. Using cookies or other on-device storage Cookies are information files stored on your computer, tablet or smartphone that help websites remember who you are and information about your visit. For further information (including how to opt out of cookies) please go to the Cookie Policy.

2. How information collected is used

2a. When you use this website When you use this website, information is collected. It will be used for the purposes set out in this privacy policy.

2b. Customisation of this website and advert targeting The information collected when you use this website may be used to build up a picture of your interests. This information may be used to try to make sure that when you visit or use the website, you don’t miss offers and information that might interest you. This is called advert targeting.

2c. Tracking how the website is used Information may be collected about activity on the website, or other organisations may be used to collect it and to share it. This information is used to: a. analyse statistics; b. track pages and paths used by visitors to, or users of, the website; c. target the adverts or offers, such as banners, on the website and on the websites of other organisations; and d. track the use of the internet banner adverts and other links from marketing partners’ websites to this website. For these purposes, the information on the path you take to get to the website and on some of the pages you visit or use through the website, using cookies, web beacons and other on-device storage will be retained. For information about web beacons, or the organisation used (including how to decline their cookies), please go to the Cookie Policy.

2d. Analysing call volumes If you call the Advertiser using the number featured on the website, we may record your phone number, the time, date, day of the week and length of the call and certain details about whether the call was answered or not. This information will be shared with the Advertiser and used to analyse the effectiveness of the website.

3. Disclosure of your information Your information may be passed to one or more of the following organisations: a. the Advertiser; b. data processing companies, mailing houses and other third party suppliers; and c. government and enforcement agencies and the police. Occasionally, this may involve sending your information outside the European Economic Area. For more information, please read section

4 – Where your information is processed. Every now and again, requests are received for information from government departments, the police and other enforcement agencies. If this happens, and there is a proper legal basis for providing your information, it will be provided to the organisation asking for it. 4. Where your information is processed When your information is used as described in section 2 – How information collected is used, this may occasionally involve sending your information outside the European Economic Area (EEA). Where this is done, appropriate steps are taken to protect your information. By using this website, you agree that your information may be transferred, stored and processed outside the EEA.

5. How your information is kept secure The security of information is taken very seriously. Technology and security policies are in place to protect the information held. 6. How changes to this privacy policy may occur This privacy policy may be updated from time to time so you may want to check it each time you visit the website.

Have you registered your 35 hours Period Training with the DSA?

By 10th September 2014, any driver who obtained their LGV/HGV license before September 2009 who wants to drive for a living needs to complete Periodic Training.

If you want to continuation of employment as an HGV driver you must complete your 35 hours CPC training. It is your responsibility as the vocational licence holder to ensure that your CPC training is up to date.

Leisure licence users

Do you drive a motor home? Do you tow a caravan? Do you tow a trailer greater than 750 kilos? Do you use a horsebox? Are your weights legal? You may need to talk to us – call us today for FREE impartial advice on 0808 146 9188.

Vocational licence users – LGV/HGV training

Are you paid to use your licence, then you are a vocational licence holder.

Vocational licence training includes but is not exclusive: Building trades driver training, scaffolder lorry training, delivery driver training, courier driver training, general haulage LGV/HGV training, waste management LGV/HGV training, ambulance C1 (7.5 tonne licence) and D1 training (minibus licence).

Call Crawley Truck and Bus Training Ltd today for more information or to book an initial assessment on

FREEPHONE 0808 146 9188