We are not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of any other websites to which the CALL2MECHANIC Platform links or which link to the CALL2MECHANIC Platform. By clicking on a link, logo, or another item, please note that you may no longer be on the CALL2MECHANIC Platform. To check what Internet location you are on, note the URL at the top and/or bottom of your browser.
If you register an account we collect and store information that specifically identifies you or your account ("Personally Identifiable Information"). At this time, the most information you would be required to submit is your first name, last name, password, street address, city, state, zip/postal code, country, phone number, email address, and information about your vehicle such as: license plate, VIN (Vehicle Identification Number), make, model, year, and engine size.
We use Personally Identifiable Information for our own internal purposes including contacting you to inform you about updates to our services and providing you with information relating to transactions that you conduct on the CALL2MECHANIC Platform. We reserve the right to disclose your information as required by law. We do not rent or sell our Users' Personally Identifiable Information to third parties.
We reserve the right to use the general data it obtains from Users' use of the CALL2MECHANIC Platform, including all statistical information. You acknowledge that such data belongs to us and that we shall have the right to use such data as we determine in our sole discretion.
We will use commercially reasonable methods to keep Personally Identifiable Information securely in our files and systems. We cannot, however, guarantee the security of your Personally Identifiable Information, particularly, as it travels over the Internet. As such, we encourage you to exercise caution in determining what information you disclose via the Internet.
Though we make every effort to preserve User privacy, we may need to disclose your Personally Identifiable Information when required by law, or when we have a good-faith belief that such action is necessary to comply with a current judicial proceeding, a court order, or legal process.