Privacy Statement and the GDPR
Paradise Motorcycle tours NZ Limited recognises its duties under the GDPR.
It recognises the inalienable right that every human being has for privacy and security of personal and related data.
Right to be forgotten
Upon request and within the shortest timescale reasonable, delete all of an individuals’ data. Unless explicitly opted in, an individuals data will be deleted one month after they have completed their tour or rental.
Right to object
Any individual may prohibit how their personal data is used
Right to Rectification
Any individual may ask for their information to be corrected
Right of Access
If you have subscribed to a newsletter we store your name and email address on a secure third party website, Mailchimp. It will be deleted at your request or after 6 months. You can resubscribe.
If you have signed up for a tour or rental we will request from you and store securely your personal details. In the event of an accident or event that requires us to pass that information to the emergency services we will do so with your explicit permission if possible, or the permission of your Next of Kin.
You can always ask for access to your information.
We will never pass your personal information to anyone else.
Right of Portability
At your request we will provide the information we have about you to another organisation
If you wish to contact the Data Controller please email Michael Rose
How we use your data
We use the data that you provide to us to give you the best motorcycle tour or rental experience possible.
In an emergency we may use your data to provide you with assistance.
If you have opted in to be subscribed to a newsletter, we will from time to time send you information about our services. You can unsubscribe at any time.
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We have just returned from an excellent 18 day self guided tour of New Zealand, organized by Paradise M/C Tours. Bike was a BMW R1200RS an excellent bike delivered to our accommodation by Trevor who gave us a comprehensive run down of the bike and tour itinerary. All the accommodation we stayed in was very good ranging from luxury BnB's to some superior hotels. The route was well thought out by Paradise M/C and the scenery amazing. This trip exceeded our expectations and we would highly recommend Paradise M/C to anyone planning a trip to New Zealand
Colin & Julie, UK
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