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If the user visits again, later, that same website, the cookie will be sent back as stored by the browser.
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Cookies used on this website
Technical Cookies, which, in accordance with art. 122 of the Code privacy and Authority Provision of 8 May 2014, do not need any consent on the part of the person, are strictly necessary to enable the user navigation.
In their absence the website may not function properly.
Third Party Cookies
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How to handle cookies on your computer or mobile device
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Touring Superleggera recommends users to use this resource in addition to the information presented on this page.
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