We created StolenCars.eu to consolidate information about any stolen vehicle across Europe. We invited many car inspectors and investigators as well as police departments from many European countries to cooperate. We believe that together with our partners we implemented website which is feature-rich and still easy to use. Our website is dedicated for both individuals who want to check the vehicle and professionals who want to maintain own databases of wanted cars and receive notifications about any check of cars from their databases. We also offer API access which allows integration of any customer own IT solution with our databases.
StolenCars.eu acts as a hub connecting together public institutions, car investigators, police departements with stolen car owners. Thanks to online data exchange with our partners the information about stolen vehicle is available for all our visitors and business partners.
Currently our databases list over 140,000 stolen vehicle from Europe.
Your personal data is administered by VIN-Info Sp. z o.o. (ul. Modelarska 18, 40-142 Katowice, Polska, firstname.lastname@example.org).
We may process your data (IP address, browser and OS and approximate GPS location):
- if required by our legal interest, for statistical purposes and to manage the web site, for the period until we complete our statistical analysis, but no longer than for 3 years since the year in which the data was acquired;
- for legally justified reasons, in course of direct marketing of our services, throughout the lifetime of the site or by the time your consent is withdrawn.
We cooperate with: marketing service providers, web browsers, social networks, providers of tools for statistics and social network management, host companies, who can receive this data from us (data receivers). No data can be transferred to any non-EU country or entity, other than those accepted by EU law.
You are not obliged to provide us your data, but when you refuse to do so, the site may function incorrectly. You have access to your data, for correction, deletion or to impose restrictions on processing. You can also protest against processing or any transfer of your data. You can withdraw your consent for processing your data at any time, but this will have no effect on legality of data processing completed before your consent was withdrawn. You have the right to lodge your protest to the Chairman of the Poland’s Personal Data Protection Office or his counterpart in any other EU country.