Privacy Tools

This page provides tools to modify your privacy preferences on the Ate Up With Motor website. (To learn more about what kinds of personal information we may collect, see the Privacy Policy.)

Privacy and Cookie Preferences

By clicking the button below, you can see a list of the categories of cookies this website may use (including what they’re for and how long they normally last) and review or change your available cookie preferences.

Please note that this should not be regarded as an exhaustive list of all the specific cookies that might be used, which may vary. For example, if we have just added or are testing some new site component, it might set additional cookies not currently listed, and embedded content providers may periodically change the cookies they use in ways that are outside of our control.

You can also review the cookie categories, learn more about the use of cookies on this website, and find additional information about controlling cookies on the Cookie Notice page. (In the event of any substantive discrepancy between the information shown in the Cookie Settings menu accessed through the above button and the Cookie Notice, the Cookie Notice version shall govern and control.)

If you’d like to hide the “Support Ate Up With Motor” box (whose payment button, as explained in the “Embedded Content” section of our Privacy Policy, is embedded content served by PayPal® services), click the above link, select the “Consent Management” tab, and switch the “Allow PayPal Button” toggle to “OFF.” This is still an experimental feature; the “PayPal® Buttons” section of the Cookie Notice includes some important information about the technical limitations of this option. If you experience any problems with it, please let us know!

(To learn more about what data PayPal services collect and how that data may be used, visit the “Legal Agreements for PayPal Services” page and review the PayPal Privacy Statement and Statement on Cookies and Tracking Technologies that apply in your location (the Statement on Cookies and Tracking Technologies that applies to each region is linked from within the applicable PayPal Privacy Statement)., PayPal, and all logos related to the PayPal services are either trademarks or registered trademarks of PayPal, Inc. or its licensors. In addition, all page headers, custom graphics, button icons, and scripts related to the PayPal services are service marks, trademarks, and/or trade dress of PayPal.)

Submitting Privacy Requests

If you are a California resident and would like to exercise your rights under the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA) or other California privacy laws — e.g., the right to know about personal information collected, disclosed, or sold; the right to request deletion of your personal information; and/or the right to opt-out of the sale of your personal information — you (or your authorized agent) can submit a request via any of the methods specified on our Do Not Sell My Personal Information page. (For more information about these rights, see the Your California Privacy Rights page or the “Your California Privacy Rights” section of the Privacy Policy.)

Requests to exercise your rights under the privacy and/or data protection laws of a U.S. state OTHER than California, or of a country outside the U.S., can be submitted via any of the methods described in the “Controllers/Responsible Parties, Questions, and How to Reach Us” section of the Privacy Policy.

Except as otherwise required by law, requests pertaining to children under 18 should be submitted by a parent, legal guardian, or other authorized adult representative.

To safeguard your privacy and the privacy of others, we may — to the extent permitted by applicable law and/or regulations — take steps to verify your identity (and/or, in some cases, your residency) before processing certain requests pertaining to your personal information. (Some jurisdictions expressly require such verification for certain types of requests.) We may be unable to fulfill your request if we cannot verify your identity to the degree of certainty required by applicable law and/or regulations.

Updated: January 17, 2023 — 1:19 am