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What does ryd do with my data?

What does ryd do with my data?

Our motto: No passing on of personal data to third parties.

We never pass on data records containing your name, telephone numbers or addresses to third parties.

Your data for you:
Your personal data is used to credit your points for refuelling and driving, to provide you with targeted offers and to compile statistics for you.
However, personal data will never be passed on to third parties. Both personal data and profile data are anonymised and aggregated in bulk to the extent that no conclusions can be drawn about individual journeys, vehicles or users.

Data for our partner companies:
The most important thing in advance: You remain our customer and we address you.
For companies that conclude corresponding agreements with us, we use the data, for example, to place individualised advertising (for example, in the case of a discount promotion at a petrol station that you are currently driving past).
If partner companies gain access to data in order to analyse it, all data records concerned are anonymised beforehand. Such analyses may be necessary in order to settle discount programmes or commissions for offers with which ryd finances itself.
In addition, it may be that we ourselves commission third parties to send you invoices or reminders, for example. These companies will then of course also see some of your data.

Other areas of application:
Bundled, anonymised vehicle swarm data can also be the basis for scientific evaluations to calculate congestion data or determine danger spots.

This big data can be used for intelligent traffic control to show at what time of day there is a lot of traffic at a particular location. Such data is used, for example, by providers of navigation software programmes to make better forecasts or by city planning departments to determine where there are potholes and where road repairs are needed. In the end, the results benefit you, the individual motorist.

You can also find more information about data security on our homepage!


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