Cookies Policy

Use of cookies

Types, purpose and functionality.

How to disable cookies on the main browsers.

What happens if cookies are disabled.

Changes in the cookies policy.


  1. Use of cookies on web site

Cookies are used on this web site. Cookies are files sent by web servers to web browsers to register a User’s activity on a web site or services on “Fibes” web sites (hereinafter. “the services”).

“Fibes” uses cookies and similar technologies such as HTML5 Storage or Local Shared Objects (hereinafter, jointly referred to as “cookies”) to be able to know the users’ preferences and so be able to optimize the settings of the web pages. This facilitates surfing the web and brings about a high level of usability for the user who visits the web page.

Cookies are small files which are stored on your device. Cookies help us to check if communication with our web pages has been established before from your device. Only the cookie on your device is identified. Cookies have personal data only if you have previously consented to that or if it is essential from the technical point of view, for example, to open a restricted access session.

If you make use of our web page, you agree with the use and storage of cookies on your device. Nevertheless, you can also visit our web page without cookies. Most browsers accept cookies automatically. You can avoid cookies being stored on your device by choosing the setting *Do not accept cookies* in the browser general settings. You can delete the cookies which have already been stored on your device at any moment. If you wish to have more detailed information, consult the instructions for your browser or device.

Not accepting cookies may imply a limitation in usability of our offers.

Cookies are divided into the following categories:

Essential cookies (type 1)

These cookies are necessary for the web page and its functions to operate correctly. Without these cookies, it is not possible to use certain services, such as the vehicle configurator.

Functional cookies (type 2)

These cookies increase web page comfort and performance and make different functions available. For example, the chosen language can be memorized on function cookies.

Performance cookies (type 3)

These cookies collect information of the use you make of the web pages. Performance cookies help us, for example, to identify the most popular sections of our offer on the Internet. In that way, we can better adapt the content of our web pages to your preferences, improving our offer for you. The information collected on these cookies has no connection with persons. You will find more information about the collection and evaluation of the information in the section “Evaluation of users’ data”.

Cookies are associated to an anonymous user and their computer, and they do not collect any personal data. The user can set their browser to not allow the installation of cookies used by “Fibes” webs and that rejection will not prevent the user from accessing the services, although not allowing the installation of cookies may result in a lower speed and quality of the web page performance, or sometimes it may prevent some services from being used.

Classification of cookies according to their lasting time:

“Session cookies” or “Persistent cookies”: the former expire when you close your browser, while the latter remain on the computing device.

“First-party cookies” or “third-party cookies”:  when they are served either by the web domain itself or by a third party.

Classification of cookies according to their purpose:

User input cookies: they are used to start sessions, shopping carts, etc.

Authentication cookies: they identify the user when they log into the system.

User centric security cookies: they are aimed to increase the security in a service requested by the user, such as controlling security when there are several attempts to enter into a registration system.

Multimedia player session cookies (Flash cookies): they are used to store technical data necessary to play video or audio (for example, image quality or the network speed).

Load balancing session cookies: these cookies only store information about connection points (technical cookie).

UI customisation cookies: they are used to customise the web page appearance (language, etc.)

Social plug-in content sharing cookies: social networks usually have “plug-in modules” which website owners can include into their platform to let social network users share contents with their contacts. These plug-ins usually entail installing cookies on the users’ equipment.

Third-party advertising: Cookies used for third-parties’ advertising networks.

Analytical cookies: they generate statistics on the visitor flow, surfing patterns, etc.



Cookies to link contents and share files on social networks. They provide information about what contents are shared more and on what social networks.

Google Analytics

Every time a user visits an external provider’s service or tool, Google Analytics supplies a web analysis service.

This service is provided by Google, Inc., a company placed at 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View (California), CA 94043, USA.

Google uses cookies through which it carries out statistical analysis on the web site. The information collect by the cookies (including the IP address) is managed and stored by Google on its servers in USA. Google uses this information and provides “Fibes” with statistical data about the use of the web site, and it may transfer that information to third parties according to specifically stated law, or when those third parties manage the information on behalf of Google. Google will not associate your IP address with any other data available to Google. The purpose of these cookies is:

To know the number of visitors and their surfing time on our web site.

To know what are the most visited contents.

To know if the user is new or they have already visited the web site before.

“Fibes” reserves the right to use cookies on the user’s surfing its web pages to facilitate customisation and surfing comfort. Following the company’s data protection policy, we inform you that cookies are associated to the anonymous user and their computer, and they do not provide any private data.

The user can refuse the use of cookies by selecting the appropriate settings on their browser. However, please note that if you do this, you may not be able to use the full functionality of this web page.

By using this web site, you consent to the processing of data about you by Google in the manner and for the purposes set out above.

You can disable Google’s use of cookies on the privacy setting of your browser, on the links set out below in this “Cookies Policy”.


  1. Types, purpose and functionality of the cookies used on this web site


General cookies

Type of cookie

Name of the cookie



Type 2


This cookie shows that you have authorised the use of cookies on our web pages. The cookie is memorised when you close the warning window about the use of cookies.

Type 3

_ga / gat / gid

These cookies allows follow-up through Google Analytics service to know how the user uses or surfs our web site and try to improve its development to offer the user a better experience in the future.


  1. How to disable cookies on the main browsers

You can block or disable cookies with the setting tools of your browser. The browser allows you to refuse the installation of all cookies, or choose to refuse only some of them. Below are the links to the tools on the main browsers, where to get information on how to disable cookies.

Google Chrome
Mozilla Firefox
Apple Safari
Internet Explorer
Version 5
Version 6
Versions 7 & 8
Version 9
Version 10 and later


  1. What happens if cookies are disabled

If you refuse cookies, you can keep using our web site, but some of the services and/or links may stop working, the interactive session with the web site services may not be started or maintained, and we will not get valuable information from you to offer contents according to your interests and you can access information of your interest more easily and quickly.


  1. Presence on social networks

GRUPO CONCESUR is present on social networks


  1. Changes to cookies policy

“Fibes” can modify this cookies policy, either because new cookies have been added due to the new contents that can be offered, or because of new legal or regulatory demands which make it necessary to change it. So, Users are advised to visit it before starting to surf the web site and every time they visit it again.