What are cookies? How does PassTheWheel.com use cookies on its site?

A cookie is a small file that a website stores in your computer when you visit their sites. A cookie can contain information (such as a unique user ID) that is used to track the pages of the sites you've visited. We use cookies, but do not store personally identifiable information in your cookie.

We use cookies in order to improve your experience. When you visit www.PassTheWheel.com, your cookie helps us keep track of your login profile. If you have saved your information with us, your cookie allows us to recognize you when you return to our site and provides you with access to your account information. This information helps us serve you better by improving our site design, as well as our services and promotions.

We do not otherwise track any information about your use of other websites.

You can refuse cookies by turning them off in your browser. However, if you turn off cookies, you will not be able to login and gain access to any of the valuable services that we provide. You will also not be able to access to your account information.

For customers using Internet Explorer 6.0

If you are browsing www.PassTheWheel.com using Internet Explorer 6.0 and are having difficulty accessing the site, please check your privacy settings in your browser and set them to "Medium". If you do not wish to change your privacy settings to "Medium" and you are currently using the "Medium High" or "High" settings, you may choose to override your current cookie handling practices for individual sites that you specify. Please see below for instructions.

Cookie handling in your browser:

Cookie handling in Internet Explorer 7.x and higher for Windows:

  • In Internet Explorer, select Tools, then Internet Options
  • Select the Privacy tab
  • Under Settings, click Advanced button
  • Check the box Override automatic cookie handling under the Cookies section in the Advanced Privacy Settings window
  • Under First-party Cookies, select Accept
  • Under Third-party Cookies, select Accept
  • Check the box Always allow session cookies
  • Click OK twice to close windows

Cookie handling in Internet Explorer 6.x for Windows:

  • To change your privacy settings to "Medium":
    • Select "Internet Options" from the "Tools" Menu
    • Click the "Privacy" Tab
    • Set the Privacy Slider to "Medium"
    • Click "OK"
  • To override your current cookie handling practices for individual sites:
    • Select "Internet Options" from the "Tools" Menu
    • Click on the "Edit" button in the "Override cookie handling for individual websites" section
    • This will open the "Per Site Privacy Actions" dialogue box
    • Type "www.passthewheel.com" in the "Address of Website" box
    • Click the "Allow" button. Click the "OK" button, then close the "Per Site Privacy Actions" dialogue box
    • Click the "OK" button to close the "Internet Options" dialogue box and apply your changes

Cookie handling in Internet Explorer 5.x for Windows:

  • Select "Internet Options" from the "Tools" menu
  • Click the "Security" tab
  • Click "Custom Level" at the bottom of the window
  • Scroll down to "Cookies"
  • Select "Always accept cookies"
  • Click "OK"

Cookie handling in Internet Explorer 5.0 for Mac:

  • Select "Preferences" from the "Edit" menu
  • Select "Receiving Files"
  • Select the option "Never ask" under "When receiving cookies"
  • Click "OK"

Cookie handling in Mozilla Firefox:

  • Select "Tools" from the top menu
  • Select "Options"
  • Select "Privacy"
  • Ensure that Firefox will: Use custom settings for history
  • Ensure that "Accept cookies from sites" in checked
  • Click on "Exceptions"
  • Under "Address of web site", type "PassTheWheel.com"
  • Click "Allow"
  • Press "Close" and then "OK"

Cookie handling in Google Chrome:

  • Select "Customize and control Google Chrome"
  • Select "Options"
  • Select the "Under the Hood" tab
  • Under "Privacy" and "Cookie settings", choose either "Allow all cookies" or "Restrict how third-party cookies can be used"
  • Click "Close"

Cookie handling in Apple Safari:

  • Select "Preferences" from the "Edit" menu
  • Select "Security"
  • Ensure that "Accept All Cookies" is set to "Only from sites I visit"
  • Close the window


What about links to other websites and services?

www.PassTheWheel.com may contain links to other sites that are not under our control. These websites have their own policies regarding privacy, which you should review before visiting them. We have no responsibility for linked websites and provide these links solely for the convenience and information of our visitors.

If you have any questions about our privacy policy, please contact Customer Service.



Credit Card Safeguard

Our Security Safeguard
At www.PassTheWheel.com, we don't just stand behind our Service. We also do our best to provide a safe and convenient online experience.

That means we safeguard the integrity of our customers' information. If your credit card is used in an unauthorized manner on our site (as determined by your credit card company), we will cover your charges.

Credit Card Safety
Protecting the safety of your credit card information is important to us.

We have selected online banking services provided by TD CanadaTrust in combination with Beanstream.com to provide our clients with a trusted and secure payment processing experience. We use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology to protect the security of your credit card information as it is transmitted to us.

SSL is the gold standard in Internet encryption technology, which is a fancy way of saying that it's a highly sophisticated method of scrambling data as it travels from your computer to our website's servers.

If someone steals your credit card information or uses your credit card in an unauthorized manner on our site (as determined by your credit card company) - through no fault of your own - we'll cover the charges. What's more, we'll do what we can to make the whole process as hassle-free as can be.

Remember: If unauthorized use of your credit card does occur, you must notify your card provider, in accordance with the agreement you have with the company.