Privacy Policy

Disabled on the Go, (“Disabledonthego”, “we”, “us” or “our”) respects your privacy. When you use or any of our related applications (whether existing now or in the future, collectively, the “Sites”), we collect information about you and use it to facilitate and improve our services. Information about you may also be shared with advertisers. For instance, advertisers engaged in “targeted” or “behavioral” advertising present ads that might be of interest to you based on information about your online activities. We want to be clear about how information about you may be used and what your privacy options are.

This Privacy Policy explains what information we may collect, how we and others may use it, and tracking technologies that may be used to collect information. We may change this Privacy Policy at any time by posting a revised Privacy Policy on this page; such changes will be effective upon posting.

The Sites may provide links to third party websites. This Privacy Policy does not apply to any information you may provide while on such third party websites. We encourage you to carefully read the privacy policies on those third party websites before providing any of your information on such sites.

Information we collect
A. Information collected automatically:

When you visit or use our Sites, we automatically collect and store information about your computer or mobile device and your activities. This information may include, but is not limited to:
• Your computer’s IP address;
• Technical information about your computer or mobile device (such as type of device, web browser or operating system);
• Your preferences and settings (time zone, language, etc.);
• Your mobile device’s unique ID number;
• Your mobile device’s geographic location (specific geographic location if you’ve enabled collection of that information, or general geographic location automatically);
• The URL of the last web page you visited before coming to our Sites;
• The search terms you have looked up on our Sites and results you clicked;
• The ads you clicked on; and
• How long you visited our Sites and which services and features you used or clicked on.

B. Information you choose to provide:

You may choose to open an account and provide us with information in order to use certain services or to take advantage of special offers. This information may include your email address, and demographic information (age, gender, etc.). You may provide this information directly to us or, for certain services, you may choose to register using your Facebook account in which case you would authorize us to access certain Facebook profile information including, but not limited to, your first name, last name, gender, birth date and email address. You may also choose to post content (such as ratings, reviews or comments) that may be shared with others, through our Sites or through yourFacebook account. You may choose not to provide us with any personally identifiable information, such as by not registering for an account on the Sites and not connecting to the Sites with your Facebook account. However, if you don’t provide certain information, you won’t be able to use some of the services we offer.

How we use your information

We use your information to provide and improve our services, better understand our users to provide you with a more effective user experience, customize services for you (such as by remembering your preferences), diagnose and fix problems, and sell and display ads that may be relevant to you. We may use your email address to allow you to log in to your account, send you notification regarding your account or products and services in which you are enrolled, send you confirmations (of your registration, etc.), send you messages as part of our services and to send you newsletters. We may also use your email address to respond to your customer service inquiries.

Advertisers: Advertisers and advertising networks use tracking technologies to collect information about users’ computers or mobile devices and their online activities (for example, web pages visited and searches made) as well as general geographic location and use that information to display targeted ads to users. We sometimes allow these ad companies to collect such information when you use our Sites to enable them to display targeted ads to you. These companies as well as data analytics companies who service them may collect information, such as your computer’s IP address, browser information, mobile device ID, and search queries, as you use our services. They also may use web technologies such as cookies and pixel tags to collect data about you when you visit our site.

Analytics Companies: We may allow analytics companies to use tracking technologies to collect information about our users’ computers or mobile devices and their online activities. These companies analyze this information to help us understand how our Sites are being used.

Aggregated Information: We may publicly disclose anonymous, aggregated information about our users, such as the total number of our users and their demographics.
Legal Matters: We may use or disclose user information: in response to a legal request, such as a subpoena, court order, or government demand; in response to comply with the law; in connection with a threat of litigation; to investigate or report illegal activity; to protect the legal rights of, our customers, our Sites or users of our Sites; or to enforce our rights or defend claims. We may also transfer your information to another company in connection with a corporate restructuring, such as a sale or merger.

Cookies: When you visit our sites, we may place “cookies” on your computer to recognize you. We do this to store your preferences, collect statistical data and track your use of our sites. Advertisers on our sites also may place cookies on your computer to track your activities across various sites so that they can display targeted ads. Some advertisers and game developers use “flash cookies” for ads and games that use Flash media technology.
Cookies are widely used, and most web browsers are configured initially to accept cookies automatically. If you prefer not to accept cookies, you may adjust and configure your browser settings accordingly. However, if you turn off cookies, or refuse to accept a request to place a cookie, some features and services on the Sites may not function properly. Also, while you may have set your browser to Do Not Track (“DNT”), Disabled on the Go technology will not respond to DNT settings at this time.

Many advertisers are members of the Network Advertising Initiative. NAI members allow users to opt out of being tracked by cookies and other tagging methods. To opt out of tracking by NAI members, you may visit and click on the “Consumer Opt-out” button.

Pixel tags: We may embed pixel tags (also called web beacons or clear GIFs) on web pages, ads, and emails. These tiny, invisible graphics are used to access cookies and track user activities (such as how many times a page is viewed). We may use pixel tags to measure the popularity of our features and services. Advertisers on our Sites also may use pixel tags to measure the number of ads displayed and their performance (such as how many people clicked on an ad) and for other purposes.

Children’s privacy

We do not knowingly allow children under the age of 13 to register for any service, and we do not knowingly collect any personally identifiable information from children under the age of 13.

No Endorsement

Disabled on the Go sites do not recommend or endorse any particular provider.

No Rights of Third Parties

This Privacy Policy does not create rights enforceable by third parties or require disclosure of any personal information relating to users of the Sites.

Information from users outside the United States

If you are outside the United States, your information will be sent to and stored in the United States, where our servers are located. By using our Sites, you agree to the information collection, use, and sharing practices described in this Privacy Policy.

Contact Information

If you have questions, please contact us at:

California Privacy Rights

If you are a resident of California, you have the right to request information from us once every calendar year regarding the manner in which we share certain categories of personal information with third parties for their direct marketing purposes. You may request a copy of the information disclosed by sending an email to:

We may provide this information in any format at our discretion which may not be specific to you.