Privacy & Cookie policy

This page describes the way the website is managed with regard to how the personal data of the users visiting it are processed. This information is given also under art. 7 and art. 13 of Decree-Law No. 196 of 30/6/2003 “Personal data protection code”. The information applies only to the Garage Dumat S.r.l. site and not to other websites reached via links. Following the visit to this site, details regarding identified or identifiable persons can be processed. The “controller” of the data is Garage Dumat S.r.l., having its headquarters in Via Salvador Allende, 1/C 42020 Quattro Castella (RE), that the user can contact to exercise his/her rights over his/her data: check their existence, content, origin and correctness, ask for their integration, update, correction, cancellation, change into anonymous data, block the data processed in breach of the law, as well as oppose their processing in any case (at the end of this page you can find the full text regarding user's rights). Processing purposes and methods The data will be kept and processed with the safety and privacy guarantees provided for by Decree-Law No. 196 of 30 June 2003, and will be used by Garage Dumat S.r.l. only and exclusively to communicate information, apart from the obligations provided for by the law. Data can be processed in paper, telematic and automatic formats. The transmitted data will never be sold or disposed of, for whatever reason, to any third parties, without the interested party’s express permission. Provision of personal data The provision of personal data is voluntary. The same data are, however, necessary for quotations and offers, to answer requests for information and for any tax obligations. Without these data it is therefore impossible to carry out any work for the applicant. By sending the form, the interested party consents to his/her data to be processed according to the methods explained above. Type of data acquired and processed 1) Data supplied voluntarily by the user when sending communications or accessing reserved areas or in order to obtain services or communications To access particular areas of the site or particular services, the user is asked to enter, explicitly and voluntarily, data consisting of alphanumeric characters that, through their processing or association with other data, might allow the user to be identified. The optional, explicit and voluntary transmission of electronic mail or other communications to addresses stated in this site involves the acquisition of the sender’s address, used to answer or supply services, as well as all the other personal details the sender might have listed in his/her communication. The user is asked not to supply any sensitive information under art. 4, letter d) of Decree-Law No. 196/03 about him/herself or any third party, in particular regarding health, without having previously consented to processing in compliance with the law. 2) Navigation data During their use, the information and transmission systems, as well as the software procedures used for the site operation, acquire personal details whose transmission is implicit in the use of web communication protocols or is useful to better manage and optimize the site (i.e. IP addresses, URL addresses, domains, request times, file sizes, other parameters relative to the user’s operating system). This acquisition, that takes place only for statistical purposes or to monitor the correct operation of the site, has no commercial purpose nor is it aimed at identifying the user but is carried out with server side technologies, managed and administered by the data controller. 3) Cookies The use of the so-called session cookies (that are not stored permanently on the user’s computer and disappear once the browser is closed) is strictly limited to the transmission of session ID details (consisting of the casual numbers generated by the server) necessary to allow exploring the site safely and efficiently. The so-called session cookies used in this site prevent the use of other information techniques potentially prejudicial to the users’ navigation privacy and do not allow acquiring the users’ ID details.

The interested party can exercise the rights under art. 7 of Decree-Law No. 196 of 30 June 2003 at any time: he/she can ask for the stored data to be modified, integrated, updated, confirmed or cancelled. Art. 7 of Decree-Law No. 196 of 30 June 2003 (Right of access to personal data and other rights) 1. The interested party is entitled to obtain confirmation of the existence or inexistence of such data, even if not yet recorded, and their communication in an intelligible form. 2. The interested party has the right to be informed about: a) origin of the personal data; b) processing purposes and methods; c) logics applied in case of processing carried out by electronic instruments; d) ID details of the controller, the people responsible and the appointed representative under article 5, paragraph 2; e) subjects and categories of subjects that his/her personal data can be communicated to or might come to know them as appointed representatives in the Country of people responsible for them. 3. The interested party has the right to obtain: a) the update, correction or, if interested, addition to the data; b) cancellation, conversion into anonymous form or blocking of data that have been processed unlawfully, including data whose retention is unnecessary for the purposes for which they have been collected or subsequently processed; c) certification to the effect that the operations as per letters a) and b) have been notified, also with regard to their contents, to the entities to whom the data were communicated or disseminated, unless this requirement proves impossible or involves a manifestly disproportionate effort compared with the right that is to be protected. 4. The interested party has the right to oppose, as a whole or just a part: a) for legitimate reasons, the use of personal data concerning him/her, even if relevant to the purpose of the collection; b) processing of personal data when it is carried out for the purpose of sending advertising materials, direct selling, market research or business communication. Art. 13 of Decree-Law No. 196 of 30 June 2003 (Information) 1. The interested party or the person from which the personal data are gathered are previously informed orally or in writing about: a) the processing purposes and methods the data are destined for; b) the compulsory or voluntary nature of why the data were supplied; c) the consequences of any refusal to answer; d) the subjects or categories of subjects that his/her personal data can be communicated to or might come to know them as people responsible for them, and the scope of dissemination of the data themselves; e) the rights as per art.7; f) the ID details of the controller and, if appointed, of the representative in the Country under article 5 and of the person responsible. When the controller has appointed numerous people responsible for the data, at least one of them must be identified, stating the website of the communication network or the ways one can easily know the updated list of the people responsible for them. When one person has been appointed as responsible for the contacts with the interested party if he/she exercises his/her rights as per article 7, this person must be identified. 2. The information in paragraph 1 contains also the elements provided for by specific provisions of this code and can not include the elements already known to the person supplying the data or whose knowledge can be a concrete obstacle to the performance by a public person of checks and inspections carried out in order to defend or keep the State safe or to prevent, ascertain or combat crimes. 3. The Guarantor can identify simplified methods for the information supplied, in particular, by telephone support or information lines for the public. 4. If the personal data are not gathered from the interested party, the information as per paragraph 1, including the categories of data processed, is given to the same interested party when the data are recorded or, when their communication is provided for, not after the first communication. 5. The provision as per paragraph 4 is not applicable when: a) the data are processed in compliance with an obligation provided for by the law, regulations or the Community legislation; b) the data are processed for defensive investigative purposes as per law No. 397 of 7 December 2000, or anyway to assert or defend a right in judicial proceedings, provided that the data are processed exclusively for those purposes and for the period that is strictly necessary to achieve them; c) the information to the interested party requires the use of means that the Guarantor declares are manifestly disproportionate compared with the right that is to be protected, or proves to be, in the Guarantor’s opinion, impossible. For further information or updates, please go to Any request to exercise these rights must be addressed to: Garage Dumat S.r.l., Via Salvador Allende, 1/C 42020 Quattro Castella (RE).


A cookie is a brief text sent to your browser by a website you visited. It allows the site to store information about your visit, such as your language and other settings. This can make your next visit easier and increase the site usefulness to you. Cookies play an important role. Without them, the use of the Web would be a much more frustrating experience. Cookies are used for various purposes, such as storing your preferences, making the ads you see more relevant or counting the visitors going to a certain page. Find below a list of the types of cookies used by various websites, some of which by Garage Dumat S.r.l. too. Types of cookies used: Different types of cookies are used to manage websites. Your browser might store some or all the cookies listed below. You can view and manage the cookies in your browser (how? See paragraph “Cookie management in browsers”) even if it is possible that the browsers for mobiles do not offer this visibility. Preferences: they allow a website to store information that modify the behaviour or appearance of the websites themselves, such as the language or geographical area where you are. Security: they are used to authenticate users, prevent the fraudulent use of access credentials and protect users’ data from unauthorized subjects. Processes: they contribute to the running of websites and the offer of services that visitors expect to find there, for instance the possibility of navigating between pages and accessing protected areas. Advertising: they make ads more captivating for users and more useful for publishers and advertisers, allowing you to use functions such as “share” and “like” or to send information to other sites so that they can customize their respective ads. Session status: websites often gather information about the way users interact with them. This can include the pages visited more often by visitors and the eventuality that users receive error messages from certain pages. These “cookies regarding the state of the session” are used to improve online services and the user’s navigation experience. Cookie management in the browser: Cookies are used to widen and improve services and site performance, for instance: -They allow a service to recognize your device, so that you can avoid re-entering the same information over and over again - They send information to other websites so that they can customize their respective ads - They calculate how many users are using the services, in order to make use easier and guarantee the capacity required for quick navigation - They analyse data to help us understand how you use online public services, so that we can improve them. Some people prefer not to enable cookies and for this reason almost all browsers offer the possibility of managing them in order to respect users’ preferences. In some browsers it is possible to set rules to manage cookies site by site, an option that offers you a more precise control of your privacy. This means you can disable the cookies of all sites but the ones you trust. How can I disable cookies? Most browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox, etc.) are configured to accept cookies. However, most browsers allow controlling and also disabling cookies through the browser settings. To know more about cookies and how to manage or disable third party’s or marketing/retargeting cookies, visit If you wish to eliminate the cookies already present on your computer, read the instructions of your browser clicking on “Help” in the relative menu. You can also find further information about cookies and how to manage them, going to or clicking on “Help” in your browser’s menu. For further information, visit also: