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PLEASE READ THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS CAREFULLY. WE DRAW YOUR ATTENTION TO YOUR RIGHTS OF RETURN AND CANCELLATION IN CLAUSE 8 AND THE LIMITS TO OUR LIABILITY IN CLAUSE 9.

1. Our Contract

1.1 These Terms and Conditions govern the supply of goods sold by No Nonsense Products & Services Ltd Trading as Petrolscooter (No.3819048) 12-20 Carter Road Coventry CV31BX (we and us) to the customer (you). Our VAT number is 785283588.

1.2 All orders placed by you and purchases of goods from us (whether in-store, by telephone, via our website, Ebay, Amazon or any other sales channel and by such other means as we may permit) are on the basis of these Terms and Conditions and are subject to acceptance by us either (as applicable): (i) us delivering the goods to you; or (ii) by providing the goods you have purchased to you at the trade counter, at which point a legally binding contract is constituted between you and us.

1.3 The processing of your payment and acknowledgment of your order (including sending you an email confirming your order is being processed) does not constitute legal acceptance of your order.

1.4 Unless otherwise stated, all advertised products are for domestic use and not commercial use. The use of any product for commercial use will void any warranty offered. The suitability of any product for an application other than the intended purpose as described within the listing shall also void any warranty offered.

2. Ordering

2.1 On our website, Ebay, Amazon or any other sales channel you may place an order to purchase a product advertised for sale by following the onscreen prompts after clicking on the item you wish to purchase. You will have an opportunity to check and correct any input errors in your order up until the point at which you place your order by clicking the "Place order and pay" button on the checkout page.

2.2 All orders placed by you and purchases of goods by you from us are subject to acceptance by us (as described in clause 1.2). We may choose not to accept your order or purchase for any reason and will not be liable to you or to anyone else in those circumstances.

2.3 Where we accept your order, we have a legal duty to supply goods that are in conformity with these Terms and Conditions.

3. Price & Payment

3.1 The price payable for the goods you order or purchase is as set out in store and on our website at the time you submit our order or, if you order from one of our catalogues, as set out in the catalogue from which you order provided it is a current catalogue, plus any charges for delivery as advised to you. All prices include the current applicable VAT rate unless otherwise stated.

3.2 Catalogue prices are correct at time of going to press, and we reserve the right to update prices in future catalogues which will then supersede the prices in any previous catalogue. We also reserve the right to change the price of commodity goods, such as copper, at any time due to market conditions but we will confirm the prevailing price with you before accepting your order or purchase. We are not obliged to accept your order or purchase for such goods and may decline it or limit the order quantity.

3.3 Occasionally, we advertise goods at a promotional price; you must quote the relevant promotion code, otherwise you may be charged the full price.

3.4 Occasionally, an error may occur and goods may be either incorrectly priced or described in which case we will not be obliged to supply the goods at the incorrect price or in accordance with the incorrect description or at all. We reserve the right to correct any errors from time to time. We will (at our discretion) either cancel your order and refund the price you have paid or use reasonable endeavors to contact you and ask you whether you wish to continue with the order at the correct price or correct description. If we are unable to contact you or you do not wish to continue with the order at the correct price or correct description, we will cancel your order and refund the price you have paid.

3.5 We must receive payment for the whole of the price of the goods you order and purchase, and any applicable charges for delivery, before your order can be processed unless we have agreed otherwise in advance in writing.

3.6 For website or any other online orders, payment can be made by most major credit or debit cards, by completing the relevant details on the checkout page.

3.7 By using a credit/debit card to pay for your order or purchase, you confirm that the card being used is yours or that you are authorised to use it. By using PayPal you confirm that the PayPal account being used is yours.

3.8 All credit/debit card holders are subject to validation checks and authorisation by the card issuer. All PayPal payments are subject to authorisation by PayPal. If the issuer of the card or PayPal refuses to authorise payment we will not accept your order or purchase, we will not be obliged to inform you of the reason for the refusal, and we will not be liable for the item not being delivered or provided to you. We are not responsible for the card issuer or bank charging the holder of the card as a result of our processing of your credit/debit card payment in accordance with your order or purchase or if PayPal charges you for making the order.

3.9 We recommend that you do not communicate your payment card details or PayPal details and password to anyone, including us, by email. Subject to clause 9.5, we cannot be responsible for any losses you may incur in transmitting information to us by internet link or by email. Any such loss shall be entirely your responsibility.

3.10 If you are a trade customer, you are responsible for all orders placed by your employees and for any purchases made on cards issued to you. We are not bound by any individual order limit you may impose on your employees.

3.11 If you are a trade customer, you may not withhold payment of any invoice or other amount due to us by reason of any right of set off or counterclaim, which you may have, or allege to have.

3.12 We shall be entitled at all times to set off any debt or claim which we may have against you against any sums due from us to you.

3.13 The format of our invoice and statements to you will solely be dictated by us.

4. Delivery & Title

4.1 Unless you choose to collect the goods from one of our trade counters and except in exceptional circumstances (as contemplated in clause 11), we aim to deliver the goods in accordance with your order usually within the stated delivery time (except in exceptional circumstances) but not more than 30 days after the day you place your order, unless otherwise agreed between you and us, subject always to clause 6 and 12. We reserve the right to deliver an order in instalments by separate delivery shipments. Further information about delivery terms can be found at www.petrolscooter.co.uk

4.2 Before placing your order, please refer to the delivery options set out on our website and in our catalogues to ensure that we can deliver to your address. A valid signature may be required on collection or delivery. In the unlikely event that you have not received all the goods within the stated delivery time, you must notify us immediately. We strongly suggest that you do not schedule or commence any installation work until after you have received your order and checked all the goods are suitable for your purposes and do not have any defects or missing parts.

4.3 For reasons of health and safety and to avoid any property damage, items can only be delivered to the exterior of a ground floor location at the delivery address. You must therefore make your own arrangements at your own risk if the relevant item needs to be transported from the delivery location. We will not provide any unpacking, installation, fitting or waste removal services upon delivery unless otherwise agreed by us in writing.

4.4 You must do all that you reasonably can to enable delivery to take place at the given time and place. If you delay delivery, or delivery fails because you have not taken appropriate steps, we will try to arrange for an alternative delivery date within 30 days of the failed delivery. If delivery fails as a result of circumstances within your reasonable control, the cost of any re-delivery shall be borne by you. If we are unable to arrange a date for re-delivery we may cancel your order and refund to you the price that you have paid for the goods, less the failed delivery costs.

4.5 Without prejudice to clause 4.4, upon delivery of the goods to you or collection of the goods by you, the goods shall be at your risk and responsibility. In spite of delivery or collection, ownership (also known as title) in the goods shall not pass to you until you have paid the price for the goods in full and, where other sums payable to us from you are overdue, you have paid those sums too. Until title in the goods passes from us to you, you shall: (i) not be entitled to use the goods; (ii) safely hold the goods for us; (iii) return the goods to us immediately if we ask you to; and (iv) be liable to us for any loss, damage or destruction of the goods. In addition, until title in the goods passes from us to you, you shall store the goods at your own cost separately from all other goods in your possession and marked in such a way that they are clearly identified as our property. You grant us an irrevocable license to enter, with or without vehicles, any of your premises for the purpose of inspecting or repossessing the goods.

5.Collection

5.1 The processing of your payment and acknowledgment of your order (including sending you an email confirming your order is being processed) does not constitute legal acceptance of your order. Collection of an order until the point the order is accepted and we have agreed to supply the order and we have passed the goods into your control and you as the customer and the goods have physically left the premises, we reserve the right to cancel the order.

 

6. Availability

6.1 All goods are subject to availability. While we endeavor to hold sufficient stock to meet all orders and purchases, if we have insufficient stock to supply or deliver the goods ordered and paid for by you, we will attempt to contact you using the details you have provided to us to ask you how you wish to proceed. We may, at our discretion, process any part of the order which is available. Where goods are out of stock, we will refund you the price paid for such goods as soon as possible and in any case within 30 days or, in the case of an account customer, we may, in our absolute discretion, as soon as possible raise a credit to offset the amount invoiced to you. We reserve the right to request extra shipping charges where the cost to ship your order exceeds the amount either charged or built in to the free shipping element of the order, or where details of your destination and the exact applicable charges for shipping the product (s) to that destination were unknown at the point of order

7. Manufacturer's Warranties & Guarantees

7.1 Some of our goods are sold with a manufacturer's warranty, guarantee or similar assurance (please see the relevant product description on our website for further details). Any complaint, query or claim under a manufacturer's warranty, guarantee or similar assurance must be made direct to the manufacturer and we do not have any responsibility or liability under or in connection with any such warranty, guarantee or assurance.

7.2 Any manufacturer's warranty, guarantee or similar assurance applies in addition to your legal rights if you are a consumer.

7.3 Some products may feature an extended manufacturer’s warranty. These need to be registered within 28 days of purchase – please contact us by phone on 02476 455893

7.4 Goods that are not covered by any other manufacturers warranty would be warranted by ourselves. Warranty will differ for each product and is subject to reasonable wear and tear, correct usage and servicing where applicable. Where a warranty claim is made and a return is required please contact us to obtain a return number and correct address for return. We withhold the right to levy a charge where additional costs are incurred where customers return goods to the incorrect service center. Where outside sub-contractors are used for warranty inspection and report, we withhold the right to apply a charge where the warranty issue has been caused through either misuse or incorrect servicing or unauthorized repair or modification, altering, reconfiguring, separation or reconstruction.

7.5 Goods returned under warranty that are accepted as having valid warranty issues will become the property of the company after acceptable replacement or refund has taken place. We reserve the right to destroy or reconstruct the goods or sell for salvage values once acceptable replacement or refund has taken place. Goods returned for warranty that are either not accepted as warranty issues in full or in part, or where no clear reason can be established for the product issue, we will attempt to reach an amicable settlement. Where goods are rejected for warranty, customers are responsible for collection and return costs of those said goods. We withhold the right to destroy or charge storage costs where customers do not organize collection within 14 days following our decision. Due to inspection and reassembly costs goods that have been either rejected in full or in part cannot always be returned in the form they were received, especially where a product has required some form of internal examination.

7.6 The warranty offered on every product is 12 months from date or order, unless otherwise stated.

7.7 Warranty is affected by the condition, the use and the nature of the product. Warranty or refund will reflect condition and use. In some cases, a replacement or refund will reflect the use and condition.

7.8 Regardless of where the goods were advertised, paid for or delivered to, warranty shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance with English law and by English Courts at the closest County Court to our premises in Coventry.

8. Cancellation, Returns & Refunds

Cancellation, Returns & Refunds

8.1 You may cancel your order and return the items purchased to us by giving us notice of cancellation within 30 days of the date of delivery to you or your collection from a trade counter (as applicable). In relation to goods delivered to you, you may need to take delivery of the goods before you can cancel your order if the goods are placed into our delivery process before we receive your notice of cancellation. Where your order comprises multiple delivery shipments, the 30-day cancellation period for the goods in your order runs from the date of the delivery of the last shipment to you.

8.2 You will lose your right to cancel after the expiry of the 30-day period referred to in clause 8.1 (this does not affect your rights if there is any problem with the goods).

8.3 To exercise your right to cancel, you may inform us of your decision to cancel by post, phone or email using the contact details set out below at clause 15. You may also cancel by informing us in store at our trade counter. If you are cancelling because of any problem with the goods, please notify us of the problem at the time of cancellation.

8.4 On cancellation for whatever reason, where you have received the goods you must return the goods to us (together with the original packaging) without undue delay and in any event within 14 days after the day of the cancellation at your cost (subject to clause 8.11), unless we agree that you may dispose of them, in which case please comply with the manufacturer's instructions before disposing of hazardous goods. You must return goods with all components and also any promotional items received (including free gifts) or discounted additional products. For more information on the ways in which you can return the goods you have received, please see the Returns section of our website at www.petrolscooter.co.uk can return certain goods by post from your local Post Office and larger goods by our carrier pick up service. We may charge a fee for the carrier pick up service; the amount of the fee will depend on the good(s) returned, but the maximum fee is £20.

8.5 Following cancellation, subject to clause 8.7, we will refund you the price paid for the cancelled order (or part of the order cancelled). Where you cancel the entire order, we will also refund the standard delivery charges (or an amount equal to the standard delivery charges if you elect to use a more expensive delivery method) paid. Where you cancel part of an order, we will not refund the delivery charges. We will pay the refund within 14 days after the day:

8.5.1 you notified us to cancel your order, where you have not received the goods; or,

8.5.2 we receive the goods you returned to us, where you are in receipt of the goods; or

8.5.3 you provide us with a proof of return for the goods, where you have returned the goods but we have not yet received them.

8.6 We will refund you using the same means of payment as you used to pay for your order or purchase. For Paypal purchases we will provide customer credit.

8.7 We reserve the right to make a deduction from the amount of the refund for loss in value of the goods returned where the goods show signs of unreasonable use; for these purposes, unreasonable use includes handling the goods beyond what is necessary to establish the nature, characteristics and functioning of the goods. We may withhold any refund until we have received the goods or you have supplied proof of return for the goods

8.8 Your right of cancellation does not apply to goods that are cut or mixed to your requirements, made to measure, made to order, made to your specifications or clearly personalised (for example this list is not exhaustive, pre-set clutches, pre-assembled machines, parts either attached to the other parts as part of the sale agreed). Your right of cancellation does not apply to goods which are not suitable for return due to health protection or hygiene reasons (such as water pumps), if you have opened the product packaging after delivery or collection. Helmets and clothing which have been clearly used or that are missing the original product box/packaging cannot be returned for refund or credit.

8.9 If you cancel your order for a product delivered direct from our supplier, please contact us and we will arrange for our supplier to collect from you. Some collections may incur a charge; the amount of the charge will depend on the good(s) returned, but the maximum fee is £20.00.

8.10 Any donations you make to The Petrolscooter charity in connection with your order or purchase will not be refunded in the event that you exercise your right to cancel.

Faulty Goods

8.11 Where the goods are being returned because they are faulty or incorrect, we will meet the cost of return delivery but we ask that you allow us to nominate the carrier. Your right to return goods in these circumstances is not limited to the 30-day period in clause 8.1. Goods should not be returned without authorization, to ensure the company has adequate time and opportunity to rule out basic fault diagnosis or incorrect operation.

8.12 All products are sold as complete units. Warranty is offered on the basis the complete unit is not tampered with or altered in any way. Products that have been modified, altered, reconfigured, separated or reconstructed in any way will be void of warranty and the right of return will be lost. On occasion we will authorize separating, reconfiguring or modifying a product. This authorization will ensure the separating, reconfiguring or modification is acceptable and that any remaining warranty can still be honored.

8.13 Without prejudice to your right to cancel orders generally under this clause 8, if you have notified us of a problem with the goods within 30 days of delivery or collection, you may cancel the order (or part of the order affected) and refund to you the amount paid by you for the goods in question.

8.14 If an item develops a fault after 30 days following delivery or collection, and where the manufacturer has provided a helpline, repair service or warranty, you should contact the manufacturer direct. If there is no such service or warranty with the product, in most instances we will either offer a repair or where this is not possible we will replace the item with the same or an equivalent model. In regard to return procedures clause 8.11a will, apply in all circumstances.

Legal Rights as a Consumer

8.15 The provisions of this clause 8 do not affect your legal rights if you are a consumer.

9. Liability

9.1 If you purchase goods from us as a consumer (which means anyone who acts outside the course of their business, trade or profession), to the extent not prohibited by law, we accept no liability for any:

9.1.1 loss which is not foreseeable (loss is foreseeable if it was an obvious consequence of our breach or if it was contemplated by you and us at the time you and we entered into our contract);

9.1.2 loss which arises when we are not at fault or in breach of these Terms and Conditions; and

9.1.3 business loss (which includes loss of profits, loss of business, contracts, goodwill, business opportunity and other similar losses, as well as business interruption).

9.3 Without prejudice to clause 9.2, if you are a trade customer, we shall not be liable to you(whether in contract, tort (including negligence), breach of statutory duty or otherwise)for any: (i) loss of profits, business, contracts, goodwill, business opportunity and other similar losses, or any business interruption; or (ii) indirect or consequential loss, neither will we be liable to you for any other loss which is not a foreseeable consequence of us being in breach of these Terms and Conditions or our legal duties.

9.4 If you are a trade customer, you acknowledge and agree that these Terms and Conditions constitute the entire and only agreement between us

9.5 Nothing in these Terms and Conditions is intended to affect your legal rights if you are a consumer, nor is it intended to exclude or limit our liability to you for fraud, fraudulent misrepresentation, for death or personal injury resulting from our negligence or for any other liability which cannot be limited or excluded as a matter of applicable law.

9.6 Goods are intended for use in the UK only and we cannot confirm that the goods comply with any laws, regulations or other standards applicable outside the UK. All goods are sold in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications and are subject to any qualifications, representations or instructions contained in the documentation associated with the goods.

9.7 If you are a trade customer and subject to clause9.5, we will not be responsible to you or, in the event that you are undertaking work for another person, to any other person, for the use or installation of any goods by you. Accordingly, if you are a trade customer, you hereby agree to hold us harmless from and indemnify us against any liability associated with, any claim or allegation that we are responsible for any failings in the installation or use of goods that we supply.

10. Age Requirements for Specific Goods

10.1 Where you place an order for or otherwise purchase age-restricted goods such as solvents, axes, knives and knife blades you confirm that you are over the age of 18 and that (where applicable) delivery will be accepted by a person over the age of 18. We reserve the right to cancel your order or purchase if we reasonably believe you do not meet the age restrictions for certain goods.

11. Termination

11.1 We may suspend further supply or delivery, stop any goods in transit or terminate our contract by notice in writing to you if you are in breach of an obligation hereunder or you become unable to pay your debts when they fall due or proceedings are or are reasonably likely to be commenced by or against you alleging bankruptcy or insolvency or an administrator, receiver or administrative receiver is appointed or is reasonably likely to be appointed over all or part of your undertaking and assets. Upon termination, any payments you owe to us (even if they are not yet due for payment) will be immediately due and payable and we shall be under no further obligation to supply goods to you.

12. Events Beyond Our Control

12.1 We shall have no liability to you for any failure or delay in supply or delivery or for any damage or defect to goods supplied or delivered hereunder or for any other liability, in each case that is caused by any event or circumstance beyond our reasonable control (including, without limitation, accidents, extreme weather conditions, fire, explosion, flood, storm, earthquake, natural disaster, failure of telecommunications networks, inability to use transport networks, mechanical failures, acts of God, terrorist attack, war, civil commotion, riots, strikes, lockouts and other industrial disputes, acts or restraints of Government, and imposition or restrictions of imports or exports).

13. Disposal of Electrical and Electronic Equipment

13.1 The WEEE regulations (January 2013) ensure that the amount of waste on certain electrical and electronic equipment is reduced, separated from household waste, collected separately and ultimately disposed of in a sound environmental manner (recycled and recovered). If you are a trade customer, you agree that the collection, recovery/treatment and disposal of non-household Electrical or Electronic Equipment purchased from us will be your responsibility. In the case of household waste, please take this waste to your nearest Designated Collection Facility (DCF) where special facilities exist for correct disposal. To find your nearest DCF please visit the following web site: www.recycle-more.co.uk. No Nonsense products and Services Ltd is making financial contribution towards the running of these facilities and the onward recycling of this waste.

14. General

14.1 If any provision of these Terms and Conditions (including any provision in which we exclude or limit our liability to you) is found to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable, the validity, legality or enforceability of the other provisions of these Terms and Conditions and the remainder of the provision in question shall not be affected. Our contract shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance with English law. Regardless of where the goods were advertised, paid for or delivered to our contract shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance with English law and by English Courts at the closest County Court to our premises in Coventry.

14.2 Unless stated otherwise, any "Was" prices shown have been charged for a minimum of 28 days at the previous higher price, and those products were available to buy at that higher price from any of our sales channels and on www.petrolscooter.co.uk and via our Contact Centre. Please contact us (details below) if you would like further details.

14.3 All images are for illustration purposes only. Contents / accessories shown in images are not included unless stated in product description.

15. Contact Details

15.1 If you wish to make an order, cancel or discuss your order, or make a complaint with respect to your order, please contact us by post at No Nonsense Products & Services Ltd Trading as Petrolscooter 12-20 Carter Road Coventry CV31BX by phone on 02476 455893, or by email at sales@petrolscooter.co.uk Calls may be recorded for quality and training purposes.

16. Privacy Policy

16.1 When you provide us with personal information (whether purchasing from us or registering with us or otherwise) by doing so you agree to our Privacy Policy in its entirety available by email. Please contact sales@petrolscooter.co.uk

16.2 By purchasing without viewing or requesting this policy it will be deemed that the buyer is satisfied that the policy is satisfactory.

17. Alternative dispute resolution

17.1 Alternative dispute resolution is a process where an independent body considers the facts of a dispute and seeks to resolve it, without you having to go to court. The European Union has set up an Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) platform. If you are not happy with how we have handled a complaint about your transaction, disputes may be submitted for online resolution to the ODR Platform at ec.europa.eu.

© No Nonsense Ltd. Drawings, photographs, part numbers, layout and style are considered property. Reproduction in whole, or in part, is strictly prohibited without written permission. Quantities and measurements are approximate. Trademarks acknowledged. Exact products may vary from those shown. All products subject to availability. Petrolscooter is a trading name of No Nonsense Ltd., registered in England No. 3819048

 

In addition to these, the website must have these below

  1. Our Contract

 

These Terms and Conditions govern the supply of goods sold by No Nonsense Products & Services Ltd Trading as Petrolscooter (Company number 3819048)  12-20 Carter Road Coventry CV31BX (we and us) to the customer (you). Our VAT number is 785283588.

These terms & conditions ("Website Terms") apply to your use of the Petrolscooter website www.petrolscooter.co.uk (the "Website", which term shall include all content on the Website). You must read these Website Terms carefully, and we recommend that you print and keep a copy for your future reference. By accessing, browsing, using or registering with the Website, you confirm that you have read, understood and agree to these Website Terms in their entirety. If you do not agree to these Website Terms in their entirety, you must not use the Website.


2. Privacy & Cookies Policy

2.1 These Website Terms supplement (and are in addition to) the terms of our Privacy Policy and Cookies Policy. Our Privacy Policy explains what personal information we collect about you when you use the Website and our Cookies Policy deals with the use of cookies on the Website. You can view our Privacy Policy and Cookies Policy by clicking here Cookies Policy.

2.2 When you agree to these Website Terms, you shall be deemed also to have read, understood and agreed to our Privacy and Cookies Policies in their entirety.


3. Terms & Conditions relating to sales

If you order a product through the Website, our Terms & Conditions relating to sales will also apply. You can view these Terms & Conditions here Terms & Conditions


4. Your use of the Website

4.1 You must only use this Website for lawful purposes, and you must not use it in a way that infringes the rights of anyone else or that restricts or inhibits anyone else´s enjoyment of the Website.

4.2 You may use, download and display the contents of this Website on a computer screen and also print one copy of such content, but solely for your own personal use or internal business purposes. Other than for your own personal use or internal business purposes, you may not without our prior written consent:

  • copy, reproduce, use or otherwise deal with any content on the Website;
  • modify, distribute or re-post any content on the Website for any purpose;
  • reproduce, crawl, frame, link to or deep-link into this Website on or from any other website or application/app or any other device connected to the Internet;
  • use the content of the Website for any commercial exploitation whatsoever.

4.3 You may not use the Website for any of the following purposes:

  • disseminating any unlawful, libelous, threatening, abusive, bullying, vulgar, obscene, or otherwise objectionable material;
  • transmitting material that encourages conduct that constitutes a criminal offence, results in civil liability or otherwise breaches any laws, regulations or codes of practice;
  • gaining unauthorised access to our or other computer systems;
  • interfering with any other person's use or enjoyment of the Website or the Internet;
  • interfering or disrupting networks or web sites connected to the Website;
  • making, transmitting or storing electronic copies of materials protected by copyright.

5. Use of this Website from outside the UK

Except where otherwise specified on this Website, the materials on this Website are displayed solely for the purposes of promoting Petrolscooter’s products and services available in the UK. Those who choose to access this Website from locations outside the UK are responsible for compliance with local laws if and to the extent local laws are applicable.


6. Ownership of rights

6.1 The content of the Website is protected by copyright, trademarks, database and other intellectual property rights. All rights, including copyright and other intellectual property rights, in and to this Website are owned by or licensed to Petrolscooter.

6.2 If you acquire any copyright or other intellectual property rights in the Website (whether by operation of law or otherwise), then you agree to assign (on a worldwide basis to the fullest extent permitted by law) those rights to Petrolscooter (including any rights you may have in user generated content that you submit through the Website). You will also unconditionally and irrevocably waive any and all moral rights you acquire in or to the Website.

6.3 You further agree to execute all such documents and do all such acts and things as we may reasonably require in order to assign any such rights to us and to waive any moral rights you acquire in or to the Website.


7. Password/account security

You are responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of your password and account and any activities that occur under your account. We will not be liable for any loss or damage which may arise as a result of any failure by you to protect your password or account.


8. Availability of the Website

8.1 We can make no promise that the services at the Website will be consistently fault free. If a fault occurs in the service please report it to our Customer Services at sales@petrolscooter.co.uk and we will attempt to correct the fault as soon as we reasonably can.

8.2 Access to the Website may occasionally be restricted or limited to allow for repairs, upgrades or general maintenance. We will endeavor to restore access as soon as we can.


9. Damage to your computer or other device

9.1 Petrolscooter uses reasonable efforts to ensure that this Website is free from viruses and other malicious or harmful content. However, we cannot guarantee that your use of this Website (including any content on it or any website accessible from it) will not cause damage to your computer or other device.

9.2 It is your responsibility to ensure that you have the right equipment and software (including antivirus software) to use the Website safely and to screen out anything that may damage or harm your computer or other device.

9.3 We shall not be liable to any person for any loss or damage they suffer as a result of viruses or other malicious or harmful content that they access from or via the Website.

9.4 We have placed links on this Website to other websites we think you may want to visit. We do not vet these websites and do not have any control over their contents. We do not accept any liability in respect of the use of these websites.


10. Accuracy of content

10.1 Petrolscooter disclaims all representations and warranties, express or implied, that content or information displayed in or on this Website is accurate, complete, up-to-date and/or does not infringe the rights of any third party (to the extent permitted by applicable law).

10.2 The views expressed in user generated content are the opinions of those users and do not necessarily represent the views, opinions, beliefs or values of Petrolscooter or any of its group companies.


11. Advertising and Sponsorship

The Website may contain advertising and sponsorship. These advertisers and sponsors are responsible for ensuring that material submitted to us complies with relevant laws and codes. We will therefore not be responsible for any error or inaccuracy in advertising and sponsorship material.


12. Our liability

12.1 The Website is provided by us for your use without any warranties or guarantees. You must bear the risks associated with the use of the Internet.

12.2 We shall not be responsible for any breach of these Website Terms caused by circumstances beyond our control.

12.3 We exclude all representations, warranties, conditions and terms (whether express or implied by statute, common law or otherwise) to the fullest extent permitted by law. We accept no liability for any losses or damages which are not reasonably foreseeable arising out of or in connection with these Website Terms or your use of the Website.

12.4 Except to the extent required by applicable law, we shall not be liable to any person for any loss or damage which may arise from the use of or reliance on any content or information displayed in or on this Website.

12.5 These Website Terms shall not limit or exclude any liability that we are not permitted to limit or exclude under applicable law (such as death or personal injury).


13. Indemnity

You will indemnify us against all losses, liabilities, costs and expenses reasonably suffered or incurred by us, all damages awarded against us under any judgment by a court of competent jurisdiction and any sums paid by us as a result of any settlement agreed by us arising out or in connection with:

  • any claim by any third party that the use of the Website by you is defamatory, offensive, bullying or abusive, or of an obscene or pornographic nature, or is illegal or constitutes a breach of any applicable law, regulation or code of practice;
  • any claim by any third party that the use of the Website by you infringes that third party’s copyright or other intellectual property rights of whatever nature; and
  • any fines or penalties imposed by any regulatory, advertising or trading body or authority in connection with the use of the Website by you.

14. Entire Agreement

These Website Terms (including our Privacy Policy, Cookies Policy and Terms & Conditions of sale) set out the entire agreement between you and us and supersede any and all prior terms, conditions, warranties and/or representations to the fullest extent permitted by law.


15. Changes to these Website Terms

We reserve the right to change and update these Website Terms from time to time. We recommend that you revisit this page regularly to keep informed of the current Website Terms. By continuing to access, browse and use this Website, you will be deemed to have agreed to any changes or updates to our Website Terms.


16. Applicable Law

These Terms & Conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of England and any disputes will be decided only by the English courts, at the nearest court to Petrolscooter’s premises in Coventry.


17. Miscellaneous

17.1 If any provision of these Website Terms is found to be invalid by any court having competent jurisdiction, the invalidity of that provision will not affect the validity of the remaining provisions of these Website Terms, which shall remain in full force and effect.

17.2 A person who is not a party to these Website Terms shall have no right under the Contract (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 to enforce any term of these Website Terms but this shall not affect any right or remedy of a third party which exists or is available apart from that Act.

17.3 The Website is owned and operated by No Nonsense Limited (Company Number 3819048) a company registered in England and Wales whose registered office is at Estate House, 144 Evesham St, Redditch, Worcestershire, B97 4HP.

 

Cookies Policy

Petrolscooter uses cookies on this website. Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer or other device by websites that you visit. This page explains the cookies we use and what we use them for, and lets you turn them on or off. (Some cookies are necessary in order for our website to work properly.) We also explain below which other companies use cookies on our website and what they use them for, and lets you turn those other companies’ cookies on or off.

Our website uses cookies in order to make the website easier to use, to support the provision of information and functionality to you, as well as to provide us with information about how the website is used so that we can make sure it is as up to date, relevant and error free as we can. We also use cookies to try to ensure that our online adverts reflect the interests of web users. Further information about the types of cookies that are used on our website is set out below.

As well as the options provided below, you can choose to restrict or block cookies through your browser settings at any time. For more information about how to do this, and about cookies in general, you can visit www.allaboutcookies.org and www.youronlinechoices.eu. However, please be aware that restricting or blocking cookies set on our website may impact the functionality or performance of the website, or prevent you from using certain services provided through the website

Please note that third parties (including, for example, advertising networks and providers of external services like website analysis services) may also use cookies, over which we have no control, although we may receive services from these third parties (including, for example, for targeted advertising purposes and website analytics). These cookies are likely to be performance cookies or targeting cookies (as described below).

Strictly necessary cookies

These cookies are essential for the use of the features and services on our website. If you block these cookies we cannot guarantee access to the services provided through our website or be sure how our website will perform during your visit.

Examples of how we use these cookies include:

  • Remembering which products, you have placed in your shopping basket.
  • Remembering that you are logged in to our website.
  • Remembering information, you have entered into forms on our website (so that you don’t have to re-enter this information if you use your browser’s “back” and “forward” buttons to navigate through a form).

Functional cookies

Functional cookies allow our website to remember choices you make, such as your user name, log in details or language preferences, and any customizations you make to pages on our website during your visit.

Examples of how we use these cookies include:

  • Providing individual services, such as watching a video or commenting.
  • Sharing information with our partners to provide a service on our website. The information shared is only to be used to provide the service, product or function you requested, and not for any other purpose.
  • Remembering if we’ve already asked you if you want to fill in a survey.
  • Remembering your location.
  • Remembering your preferred language.

Performance and analytics cookies

These cookies help us understand how people use our website. They collect information such as which pages on our website visitors go to most often, which features they use, and which websites people have visited before they visit ours. We use this information to improve our website and provide a better user experience.

Examples of how we use these cookies include:

  • Monitoring and providing statistics on how our website is used.
  • Helping us improve our website by measuring any errors that occur.
  • Seeing how effective adverts on our website are and trying to ensure they are as relevant as possible.
  • Providing feedback to our affiliates, and third parties we have allowed to link to our website, regarding users accessing their sites. This information may be used by those third parties to improve their sites or services.
  • Testing the website’s design and operability.

Petrolscooter’s marketing and advertising cookies

These are cookies that we use to remember which pages you’ve viewed (including which adverts you’ve been shown) on our website, and to show you adverts that we think might be of interest to you, based on your browsing history on our website. We also use these cookies to limit the number of times you’re shown a particular advert, and to follow up with you if you partially complete an order for products or registration on our website.

Petrolscooter’s partners’ marketing and advertising cookies

These cookies are used by other companies we work with to deliver you relevant advertising on our website and on other websites. They are sometimes called “third party cookies” because they are set by other companies when you browse our website, rather than by us. These companies use cookies to build a profile of you, based on your browsing on our website, their own websites and other websites that they work with, and which adverts you’ve seen and clicked on our website and on other websites. They may also combine this with other information they collect about you from other sources. They use these profiles to show you relevant adverts, both on our website and on other websites. These companies may track your browsing across multiple devices, and combine your browsing on multiple devices into a single profile that is used to deliver relevant adverts to you on all of those devices. They may use a number of different methods to work out whether multiple devices appear to be used by you, including matching information about your devices, browsing activity and geo-location.

More information about online behavioral advertising and online privacy can be found at www.youronlinechoices.eu.

Different web browsers may use different methods for managing cookies. Please follow the instructions below, from the web browser manufacturer directly, to configure your browser settings*.

*These links are to third party sites, over which we have no control – no liability can be claimed if they are inaccurate.

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