What Are Cookies?

Cookies are small text files that are sent to and stored on your computer, smartphone or other device for accessing the internet, whenever you visit a website. Cookies are useful because they allow a website to recognise a user’s device. Cookies are used for a variety of reasons, such as to determine user preferences, let users navigate between pages efficiently, verify the user, enable online shopping facilities and generate website visitor statistics.

We use cookies on our site (and any sub-domain) to create the most secure and effective website possible for our customers.  The cookies we use are completely safe and secure. This Cookie Policy explains what cookies are, how we use them and what benefits they bring.

Our cookies do not store personal information such as your name, address, telephone number or email address. We do not share any information gathered through cookies. The cookies we use cannot look into your computer, smartphone or web-enabled device and obtain information about you or your family or read any material kept on your hard drive.

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Website Cookies Message

We use cookies on this website to store information in your computer or mobile device to improve your online experience.  Cookies are small text files which let you navigate between pages efficiently, remember your preferences, help us understand how this website is performing and generally improve your browsing experience. Cookies can also help ensure marketing you see online is more relevant to you.

If you would like to disable cookies on this website, or change your settings at any time in future visits, please go to Manage my Cookies (hyperlink) for more information and to record your preferences. By closing this message you consent to our use of cookies in accordance with your preferences (if any).

Cookies Policy

We’re fairly clear as to how we interact through our websites and with mobile devices to collect data about your visit to, or usage of, our website as follows:

  • Cookies
  • A “cookie” is a set of data sent to your computer or mobile device by a web server. That data enables the server to recognize your computer or mobile device.
  • Cookies help improve the quality of your visits to websites. The information the cookies provide also helps in the development of content and features that may be of interest to you.

We use cookies to:

  • Track your use of our websites during a single visit,
  • Remember the data you provide and the choices you make as you progress from page to page (“session cookies”); And
  • Recognise you at your next visit (“persistent cookies ”).
  • Third party cookies may also be used on our websites for the purpose of:
  • Such third parties providing goods or services to you (for example, but without limitation, a removalist or migration agent);
  • Performing services on our behalf;
  • Facilitating business transactions with or through such third parties; Or
  • Providing advertisements to you.

You can change how cookies work or not work by adjusting your browser or installing certain software, you can restrict our use of cookies.

If you do this, you should be aware of the following:

  • If you restrict our use of session cookies you will not be able to use our websites or certain features of our e­mail messages. You should be aware that session cookies are generally deleted or made unavailable to us as soon as you close your browser.
  • If you restrict our use of persistent cookies you may still enjoy the full workings of our websites and e­mail messages but will need to re-enter some data when starting a new website session. Although persistent cookies will neither automatically be erased nor made unavailable to us upon closing your browser, they will typically “expire” after a number of years.

If you are still unsure about cookies, please note that our cookies are unable to retrieve other data from your computer’s hard drive or pass on computer viruses.

Essential cookies

Some cookies are vital for the operation of our website. Without them you would not be able to move through the website and use some of its features. Essential cookies enable information you provide and decisions you take regarding your insurance to be remembered from page to page in the application process. Because these cookies are essential, we do not enable you to choose to disable them on our website.

JSESSIONID Will remember you from page to page.

systemKey Stores an identifier that identifies the Migration Cover website you are on.

UniqueCounter Unique id for communication with Migration Cover.

DC-Cookie Used to route you to the correct server.

AKA_POS Used to route you to the most appropriate server based on your geographical location.

AKA_Lang Used to route you to the most appropriate server based on your geographical location.

AKA_Dialect Used to route you to the most appropriate server based on your geographical location.

cae_browser Remembers what device the site is being accessed from (PC, tablet, phone) to display the appropriate content.

IWGF Remembers what device the site is being accessed from (PC, tablet, phone) to display the appropriate content.

dGroup Remembers what device the site is being accessed from (PC, tablet, phone) to display the appropriate content.

NSC_wttm_xxx.ifsua.dp.vl Used to send requests from the same user to the same server

cp_session Used by the Migration Cover Help system; the cookie is set by, who provide the system.

cookie_pref Remembers your settings for accepting cookies from the Migration Cover website.

We will:

  • remember the location, dates and insurance you have chosen.
  • remember your country of origin and language throughout your visit to the Migration Cover website.

Functionality Cookies

We may use functionality cookies to allow us to remember preferences you have requested in previous visits and changes you have made to customise the site to your liking. At the moment, Migration Cover does not use any functionality cookies.

Performance Cookies

We use performance cookies to analyse how our visitors use our websites and to monitor website performance. This allows us to provide a high quality experience by customising our offering and quickly identifying and fixing any issues that arise.

For example, we might use performance cookies to keep track of which pages are most popular, which method of linking between pages is most effective, and to determine why some pages are receiving error messages.

These cookies do not collect information that identifies a visitor. All information collected is aggregated and therefore anonymous and is only used to improve how our website works.





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These cookies are set by Migration Cover in conjunction with other providers.




mmid, mmcore.pd, mm_prsni and mmcore.srv are all used to be able to serve different users different content on the Migration Cover website. This enables Migration Cover to test different versions of the website before committing to a change, to display the website best suited to the users.

s_cc Cookies set by Migration Cover for the Adobe SiteCatalyst / Omniture reporting suite.

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These cookies differentiate between different users of the website and see what they are doing and what they look at on the website. These cookies enable Migration Cover to take and analyse visitor information such as browser usage, the number of new visitors, the number of pages viewed per visit and responses to marketing activity.

It enables Migration Cover to identify and understand any issues in your journey through our website as a customer. The data we collect is centred around improving the experience for our customers. Having this information helps Migration Cover to identify the sections, functionality and products on the website that are working well and are useful to our customers, as well as those that aren’t working so well, so we can improve your car rental experience.

Migration Cover will:

  • track which pages have been visited
  • track which error messages may have been seen
  • track which products have been bought

Advertising Cookies

Migration Cover and our advertisers may use cookies to serve you with advertisements that we believe are relevant to you and your interests. They are used to limit the number of times you see an advertisement as well as to measure the effectiveness of the advertising campaign.

We may also use cookies placed by advertising agencies who may record that you have visited this website and share that information with other advertising organisations to enable targeted advertising to be sent to your computer.

Various cookies

Migration Cover uses various advertising cookies to track the effectiveness of Migration Cover advertisements on 3rd party websites. The cookies set can vary over time. Migration Cover will track what advertisements for Migration Cover you may have clicked on before you came to this website.

Pixel Tags

In addition, “pixel tags”, “web beacons”, “JavaScript”, or similar technologies that enable, among other things, the tracking of your actions as a user of various websites or recipient of e­mail messages. (“Pixel Tags”) may be used.

Pixel Tags may be used in connection with our web pages, our online advertising, or our e­mail messages, either by Migration Cover or by our service providers, business partners or other third parties.

Pixel Tags are used to collect typically anonymous data to help identify types of information, including home country, destinations, duration of trips, intended travel dates, click-­throughs and other information to improve the service you receive or the relevance of advertising directed to you.

Pixel Tags may also be used to identify which online advertisement or email has brought you to a website. Further, certain Pixel Tags may be used by other companies for the purpose of tracking visits to their websites, identifying if such internet traffic came from Migration Cover’s website.

Third party cookies or Pixel Tags may collect information about a user of our site’s online activities over time and across different web sites.

Some of our web sites may use Google Analytics, which uses cookies and other, similar technologies (e.g. Pixel Tags) to collect information about website use anonymously and reports trends, without identifying individual visitors. To learn more about Google Analytics, including how to opt out of it, visit

We use third­ party advertising companies to serve advertisements regarding goods and services that may be of interest to you when you access and use our websites and other websites, based on information relating to your access to and use of our websites and other websites. To do so, these companies may place or recognize a unique cookie on your browser (including through the use of Pixel Tags). If you would like to learn more about this practice, including your choices with respect to it, please visit and

We do not respond to a web browser’s “do not track” signal, or other mechanism that indicates a request to disable online tracking of individuals who use or visit our websites.

As the internet and other ecommerce channels continue to develop, we may deploy and utilize different types of technologies to collect data regarding your visit or usage.

Blogs or Message Boards

Some of our websites and our official corporate pages on third party social networks (such as Facebook, You Tube, Twitter and similar sites) may provide functionality that permits you to post public messages or responses to articles, comments or other postings. You should be aware that by submitting such a posting, including any personal data or non­-personal data in connection with it, you intend for that posting and any data in connection with it to be, and it shall immediately become, public and as such will not be subject to our Privacy Policy.

We reserve the right to remove any posting or content in a posting at our sole discretion.

Other Company Websites

Our websites and e­mail messages may contain links to websites operated by other companies. You should be aware that the collection, retention and use of any data you provide on these websites will be governed by the privacy policy of the company providing the website and not by this policy.
How to manage your cookies

Most web browsers are set up to accept cookies by default. You can change your cookie preferences through your browser settings.

How to Change your Cookies Preferences

On Your PC:

Internet Explorer

  1. Go to “Tools” and then “Internet Options”
  2. Click on the Privacy tab
  3. Use the slider to change your cookie settings to how you want them. A description of each setting will appear next to each option.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Go to “Tools” and then “Internet Options”
  2. Click on the Privacy icon
  3. Change the history settings to set your browser to reject all cookies, or to tailor your cookie settings to how you want them.

Google Chrome

  1. Click on the spanner and select “Settings”, which will open in a new tab
  2. On the left hand side, select “Under the Hood”
  3. Click “Content Settings” under “Privacy”
  4. Choose your preferred option in the cookies menu

On an Apple Mac:

Internet Explorer 5 (MacOS X)

  1. Choose Preferences from Explorer menu
  2. Select Receiving Files options
  3. Select Cookies
  4. Choose your preferred settings


  1. Choose Preferences from the Edit menu.
  2. Select Privacy & Security, then select Cookies.
  3. Choose your preferred settings.

Safari 1.0 (MacOS X)

  1. Choose Preferences from Safari menu
  2. Select Security icon
  3. Cookie settings are shown in window
  4. Choose your preferred settings


  1. Go to Opera in the main menu and select Preferences (or press Alt+P to access them directly)
  2. Select Privacy

On Mobile:


  1. Go to “Settings” and then select “Safari”
  2. Click on “Privacy”, where you will be able to change your cookie settings


  1. Go to “Settings” and then select “Safari”
  2. Click on “Privacy”, where you will be able to change your cookie settings

Samsung Galaxy

  1. In the internet browser, open the menu and select “More”
  2. Choose “Settings”
  3. Scroll down to “Privacy”, and then click to accept or reject cookies, or to clear cookie data

All Other Mobile Devices

All Other Mobile Devices Please consult the device owner’s manual.

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