Carglass® Terms of Use


The company CARGLASS®, ERGOFIL SA (Carglass®) provides these information services based on the following general terms of use ("Terms of Use") regarding the use of this website ("website") as well as the online presence of Carglass®.

Information, warranty

All information contained on this website is non-binding. Carglass® does not make any guarantees regarding the results or evaluations that may be derived from the use of the information, regarding the timeliness, correctness, appropriateness and completeness of the information, contents, and documents. Also, Carglass® does not warrant that this website includes all information known to be on it.

Carglass® performance

Carglass® has the right to suspend the operation of this website, in whole or in part, at any time. Carglass® does not provide any guarantee regarding the state of computer systems and the Internet for the continuous availability of this website.

Conclusion of contract, General conditions of sale and delivery

This website and its contents do not constitute an offer for the delivery or provision of products or services. When concluding contracts between Carglass® and the customer, the Carglass® General Terms and Conditions of Sale and Delivery apply. These terms are mentioned after these general terms of use (see Carglass® Terms of Use).

Intellectual Property Rights

The trademarks BELRON®, CARGLASS®, GLASS MEDIC® and are brands and registered trademarks of BELRON GROUP SA and their use is permitted by Carglass®, ERGOFIL SA within the framework of licensing agreements.

All rights reserved regarding the intellectual property of Carglass®, ERGOFIL SA. The user must respect these rights. It is prohibited to use, download, copy, sell, rent, modify, or otherwise exploit the information and other contents, trademarks, copyrights, and other intellectual property rights of this website without the prior written consent of Carglass®, ERGOFIL SA.

Hyperlinks to third party websites

This website may contain hyperlinks to third party websites. Carglass® assumes no responsibility for the content of these third-party websites, nor does it appropriate their websites and contents, as Carglass® does not control these linked contents and is not responsible for their content or information. The use of these linked contents and/or web pages is the sole responsibility of the user.

Liability for material defects and title deficiencies

To the extent that Carglass® provides information, content, software or documentation free of charge, liability is excluded for material defects or title deficiencies with respect to the information, content, software or documentation, in particular with respect to timeliness, correctness, appropriateness, completeness, usefulness and freedom of intellectual property rights of third parties — except in cases of intent, malice as well as death, bodily injury or harm to health.

Other responsibilities, viruses


Carglass®'s liability for material defects and title deficiencies is governed by the provisions of these terms of use. Otherwise, any liability of Carglass® is excluded, as long as the relevant legal provisions do not provide for mandatory liability due to e.g. intent, gross negligence, death, bodily injury or harm to health, undertaking a quality guarantee, fraudulent concealment of a defect or due to breach of basic contractual obligations. The amount of compensation due to a breach of basic contractual obligations is limited to the typical damage provided for in the contract if it is not intentional or grossly negligent.

Regarding the quality of computer systems and the Internet, Carglass® does not guarantee the absence of viruses. For your own protection and to avoid viruses on the Carglass® website, the user must take appropriate security precautions and scan for viruses before downloading information, content, software, or documentation. Downloading of information, content, software, or documentation is at the user's sole risk.

Applicable law, competent judicial authority

Greek law applies excluding United Nations commercial law. The Courts of Athens are designated as having exclusive territorial jurisdiction.