Cookie Policy

Cookies are packets of data sent by web browsers from web servers and stored by the web browsers.

The packets of data are then sent back to the server whenever the browser asks for a webpage. Assisting the web server to recognise and follow web browsers.

There are two important types of cookies: persistent cookies and session cookies. Session type cookies are erased once surfing has ended, and browser shutdown. Persistent type cookies stay until you delete them or until their predefined time to expire.

Cookies on our website

East London Man & Van uses third-party cookies on this website, for the following purposes:

Google cookies

East London Man & Van uses Google Analytics to monitor the usage of this site. Google Analytics gathers statistics and other information using cookies stored in your browser.

The information is used to create reports about the use of this site. Google will save this information. Google’s privacy policy is available at:

East London Man & Van publishes Google Adsense based adverts on this website. These are fashioned by Google to reflect your interests. Google will track your surfing behaviour by using cookies. You can view and erase or include interests connected with your browser with Google’s Ads Preference Manager which is found at:

It is possible to opt out of the Adsense partner network cookie entirely at: This opt out mechanism also uses a cookie.

If you clear the cookies at any time, your opt-out will no longer be in effect. To ensure that an opt out is kept up in a specific browser, use the Google browser plug-in available at:

Other third party cookies

When you use this site, you may also be sent another third party cookie, which will be for the following objective:

StatCounter Analytics Cookie

Used only to tell if you are a returning visitor or a first-time visitor to this website and estimating unique visits. No personal information is kept within the cookie.

Refusing cookies

Many browsers allow you to refuse to accept cookies.

Using Internet Explorer, for example, you can refuse all cookies simply by clicking Tools > Internet Options > Privacy and selecting “Block all cookies”.

Using Firefox, you can also adjust your cookies settings by clicking Tools > Options and then “Privacy”.

Using Chrome, you click Tools Menu > Options > Under the Hood > Privacy > Show Cookies. A window will open called “Cookies” within Google Chrome. Click “Remove All” to remove all cookies.