HÉBERGEUR
Le site est hébergé par la société OVH au capital social de 10.000.000 € et immatriculée au RCS de Roubaix Tourcoing sous le numéro 424 761 419. Le siège social de OVH est situé au 2 rue Kellermann, Roubaix (59100).

The website is hosted by the company OVH with a share capital of 10.000.000€ and registered to the RCS of Roubaix Tourcoing under the number 424 761 419. The registered office off OVH is located to 2 rue Kellermann, Roubaix (59100).

Client :
HI-AIRBAG CONNECT
803 418 102 R.C.S. Paris
Registration date : 09/07/2014
Share capital : 225.000 €

Registered office : 101 rue Lamarck 75018 Paris

Use of the site and related services
The use of the website hi-airbagconnect.com involves the full and complete acceptance of the general terms of use, described below. As they can be modified at any time, it is up to the user to regularly review these conditions.

Management of personal data

Law on information technology and liberties
In accordance with the articles and the Law on information technology and liberties (« Loi informatique et libertés ») of January…. any natural or legal person proving his identity has the right to access, modify, correct or delete any data concerning him. To exercise his rights, the user must send his request by e-mail to…. and attach an identity document.

Your personal data is collected through the contact form for the following purposes :

– to establish a contact with the users of the website
– to send newsletters
– to send targeted offers

They are saved in the client file of the Hi-airbag Connect website and can give rise to the exercise of the right of access and rectification. This information may not be exchanged, transferred, given or sold on any medium to third parties. By providing your personal data through the forms on the website, you accept these legal terms and conditions of use.

Applicable law and choice of jurisdiction
Any dispute in connection with the use of the hi-airbagconnect.com website is subject to French law. An exclusive jurisdiction is conferred to the courts of Versailles.