Effective date: July 012018
A cookie is a small text file that is stored on your browser or device by websites, apps, web media, and ads. Cookies are divided into different types. The cookie provided by the operating entity of the domain you are visiting is called a "first-party cookie." Therefore, when you visit www.taxi2trip.com, the cookie provided by Mr. Tick is the first party cookie. Cookies that are not provided by the operating company of the domain you are accessing are referred to as "third party cookies." Therefore, when you visit www.taxi2trip.com, we may allow Google to set a cookie on your browser, which is a third-party cookie. The duration of the cookie may also vary. "Session cookies" only exist during the time period that your browser is open. These cookies will be automatically deleted once you close your browser. Other cookies are "permanent cookies," which means they still exist after your browser is closed. For example, they may identify your device when you reopen your browser and browse the Internet again.
Other identification technologies
We refer to this article as a cookie statement, but this statement discusses cookies and other identifying technologies that we may use or allow to appear in the service. A "pixel tag" (also known as a beacon or pixel) is a small block of code (or its invocation) that is installed on a web page, application, or ad that can retrieve information about your device and browsing. Specific information about the device, including, for example, device type, operating system, browser type and version, visited website, access time, referenced website, IP address, and other similar information, including small text files (cookies) that uniquely identify the device. A third party can set up and read browser cookies from a domain that is not operated by itself, and collect information about visitors to that domain, usually if permitted by the domain owner. . "Local storage" usually refers to a website, ad, or other place in the browser where the third party can store information (such as HTML5 local storage and browser cache). The Software Development Kit (also known as the SDK) works similarly to pixels and cookies, but runs in the context of mobile applications, where pixels and cookies don't always work. The novice application developer can install a code snippet (SDK) from the partner in the application, allowing the partner to collect specific information about the user's use of the application, information about the user's device, and network information.
You have the right to choose whether or not to accept cookies. But cookies play an important role in how our services work, so you should be aware that if you choose to reject or delete cookies, this may affect the availability and functionality of the service.
Most web browsers are set to accept cookies by default. If you prefer, you can usually choose to set your browser to delete or reject browser cookies. To do so, follow the instructions provided by your browser, which is usually located in the Help or Preferences menu. Some third parties also offer the ability to directly reject their cookies by clicking the opt-out link, and we have indicated in the above table where to do this.
Deleting or rejecting browser cookies does not necessarily affect third-party flash cookies that we or our partners use regarding our services. To remove or disable the flash cookie, please visit this website for more information. For further information about cookies, including how to check which cookies are set on your device, and how to manage and delete them, you can visit www.allaboutcookies.org and
The table below illustrates the different categories of our cookies used by the service and why we use them. The list of third-party cookie providers is provided for explanation only and may not be exhaustive.
Type of cookie
Which operators provide (for example)
These cookies (including local storage and similar technologies) tell us your login time so that we can show you the appropriate experience and features (such as your account information, itinerary history) and edit your account settings.
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Security and website integration cookie
We use these cookies to support or enable security features to help ensure that travel is safe and secure. For example, these cookies help us keep track of when you log in to a secure area of the service and help prevent your account from being accessed by anyone other than you. .
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These cookies help the trip to provide a localized experience. For example, we can store information in cookies stored on your browser or device so that you can view the site in your preferred language.
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Website features and services
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