Terms of Use

Your use of this site constitutes your acceptance of the following Agreement. Please read it carefully. Do not use the site if you do not agree to be bound by these terms.
We may, from time to time, amend this document. We reserve the right, at our discretion, to change, modify, add or remove portions of our Privacy Policy & Disclaimer at any time and from time to time. These changes will be posted for general public view.
Be sure to check this page periodically for updates, as your continued use of the site signifies your acceptance of any changed items.


By using our website or ordering from AutoPedia.co.uk and It's vendors, you agree that you wish to purchase the selected services and/or products and that you will not hold AutoPedia.co.uk - AutoPedia Ltd., responsible in any way. By using and or ordering from our site means that you have understood and agreed to all the terms and conditions of this disclaimer.
AutoPedia.co.uk - AutoPedia Ltd does not take any responsibility and is not liable for any damage caused through use of services or products through this site, be it indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages (including damages for loss of business, loss of profits, interruption or the like). AutoPedia.co.uk - AutoPedia Ltd does not take responsibility for the correct workings of service/s or products that have been modified in any way or by their use in ways they weren't’ designed for. You must also be aware that as with any other purchase, defects and services agreed to can be subject to error in services and/or products that you purchase. These should be reported to us as well as directly to the vendor/manufacturer and they will be solved as soon as possible (if and when possible). We reserve the right to amend services and products.
  By ordering services and products through AutoPedia.co.uk, you agree that you have read and understood the product specifications and have assessed that they can be used by you in the way that you require.


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All content of this web site is © Copyright to AutoPedia Ltd.

Unless otherwise stated, the design and layout of this website and any material published (including text, graphics, logos, images and attached documents) is the property of AutoPedia.co.uk - AutoPedia Ltd.

We authorise users to view and download material from this site only for your personal, non-commercial use. You must keep the Copyright or other notices contained in the original material on anything that you download.

All photographic images, icons, artworks and other graphical images within the www.autopedia.co.uk domain are © Copyright AutoPedia Ltd unless otherwise explicitly stated under Section 17 of the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988. Copyright in all photographs, logotypes, coat of arms and all other promotional logos displayed in this site is owned by AutoPedia Ltd and/or the photographer and so photographs may not be used unless a licence is obtained from AutoPedia Ltd or the Photographer/company associated to the image/photograph. Unauthorised use of these by others is prohibited. Any unauthorised publication, copying, hiring, lending or reproduction is strictly prohibited and constitutes a breach of copyright.

Logos and Trademarks

The logos and names of other companies and products mentioned on this site are copyright and/or trademarks of their respective owners. If you wish to use a logo, you should request permission by contacting the webmaster. Permission to use will only be granted on the understanding that the logo may be resized but must not be altered in any other way. In respect of the use of logos and names of other companies and products mentioned on this site you need to contact the owners directly and seek their permission – this is not something AutoPedia.co.uk - AutoPedia Ltd can grant or authorise on their behalf.

'Any unauthorised broadcasting, public performance, copying or re-recording will constitute an infringement of copyright’