Privacy Policy

We at Scottish Auto Cycle Union (SACU) treat the privacy of our visitors with the highest importance. This policy details the measures we take to preserving and safely guarding your privacy when you visit or communicate with our site or personnel. A detailed explanation of how we may store or otherwise use personal information about you is explained in this Privacy Policy.

Regular updates of the Privacy Policy are completed, requiring you to check back on this Policy from time to time.

1. Information Collection

Operation of this site may require collection and processing of the following data:

1.1 Visit details to our site or any resources used on our site are not limited to just location and traffic data, weblogs or other communication information.

1.2 Information given to us when you contact us for any reason.

1.3 Data offered by filled out forms on our site, like a registration or purchase.

2. Cookies

Our advertisers and us may have the occasion to collect information in regards to your computer for our services. The information is gained in a statistical manner for our use or advertisers on our site.

Data gathered will not identify you personally. It is strictly aggregate statistical data about our visitors and how they used our resources on the site. No identifying personal information will be shared at any time via cookies.

Close to the above, data gathering can be about general online use through a cookie file. When used, cookies are automatically placed in your hard drive where information transferred to your computer can be found. These cookies are designed to help us correct and improve our site’s services or products for you.

You may elect to decline all cookies via your computer. Every computer has the ability to decline file downloads like cookies. Your browser has an option to enable the declining of cookies. If you do decline cookie downloads you may be limited to certain areas of our site, as there are parts of our site that require cookies.

Any of our advertisers may also have a use for cookies. We are not responsible, nor do we have control of the cookies downloaded from advertisements. They are downloaded only if you click on the advertisement.


3. Your Information and how it is Used

Every visitor to this website is tracked for statistic purposes and data such as IP address, browser version, screen resolution and ISP hostname is collected. This information is used for analysis of webstats and is never made available to anyone outside of the SACU in any way, shape or form. You can rest assured that we take website visitor privacy extremely seriously and guarantee never to sell, disclose or pass on your information to any third parties.


4. Third Party Links

Links on our site that belong to third parties may be found. These websites have their Privacy Policy, which you agree to when you link to the site. You should read this third party policy. We do not accept claims of liability or responsibility in any way for these policies or links, as we have no way to control the third party sites.

5. SACU Privacy Policy

The SACU is the recognised licencing Authority for Motorcycle Sport in Scotland.

We collect date from members for the purpose of issuing race licences, official’s licences, race start permissions and insurance.

Details are stored on a computer system to allow the production of licences and record results where required for licence conditions (Road Race and Trials).  This information is stored securely and accurately.

Personal details are only used for contacting members re licencing matters, notification of awards and investigation of medical matters.

Clubs may be provided with a member’s name and licence number to prove they hold a licence for competition.

Clubs provide a list of members annually – these are stored in paper format and only used to confirm numerical accuracy of membership submissions.

Payment details submitted are used to take payment and then immediately destroyed. No payment details are recorded.

We may disclose your personal information to the extent that we are required to do so by law in connection with any legal proceedings or prospective legal proceedings. This will include the reporting of personal accident details for insurance purposes.

Except as provided in this privacy policy, we will not provide your information to third parties.

Members have the right to request a copy of the data recorded about them for accuracy. Please let us know if your information needs to be corrected.

Members may submit a complaint to the Information Commissioners Office if their information is inaccurate or used inappropriately.