These Terms & Conditions apply from 10th May 2016. Legal relationships that arose prior to this date are covered by the previous Terms & Conditions.
§1 General Provisions
1. Pursuant to article 8(1)(1) of the Electronic Services Act of 18 July 2002 (Journal of Laws no. 144, item 1204, as amended), the Service Provider establishes these Terms & Conditions for providing services electronically, hereinafter the “Terms & Conditions”.
2. These Terms & Conditions set out the type and scope of Services provided electronically by the Service Provider on www.polskibus.com.
§2 Definitions in the Terms & Conditions
The following capitalised terms used in these Terms & Conditions mean:
1. Ticket – an electronic ticket authorising the holder to travel by coach provided by the Carrier on the route indicated, on a specified date and for a specified fare. A Ticket is deemed an invoice pursuant to Art. 2(31) and (32) of the VAT Act of 11 March 2004 (uniform text, Journal of Laws of 2011 no. 177, item 1054 as amended) in conjunction with § 3 of the Minister of Finance regulation on issuing invoices of 3 December 2013 (Journal of Laws of 2013, item 1485) and sent in accordance with the rules on sending invoices in electronic form;
2. Concessionary Ticket – Ticket entitling the holder to concessionary travel in accordance with the Act on Concessionary Travel on Public Transport of 20 June 1992 (uniform text Journal of Laws of 2013, item 1138 as amended) or other applicable regulations;
3. Data – the personal data of the Customer: first name, last name, telephone number, post code of the place of residence and email address;
4. Form – form available on the Website used to purchase a Ticket;
5. Website – a system of websites/pages created by the Service Provider constituting an information platform for the Service Provider and other Carriers to which the Service Provider provides Ticket agency services and the Services rendered by the Service Provider that are available at the following URL www.polskibus.com or at any address that is a supplement or continuation of this URL;
6. Carrier – the Service Provider or other coach carrier to which the Service Provider provides Ticket agency services;
7. Services – the services on-line referred to in § 3 of these Terms & Conditions rendered by the Service Provider electronically on the Website;
8. Customer – a person that uses the Services referred to in § 3 of the Terms & Conditions;
9. Service Provider – Souter Holdings Poland Sp. Z o.o., BTD Office Centre, Al. Niepodleg?o?ci 18, 7thfloor, 02-653 Warszawa, entered in the business register kept by the District Court in Warsaw, 12th Commercial Department, under number KRS 0000335505, tax identification number [NIP] 5252461571;
10. Personal Data Protection Act – Personal Data Protection Act of 29 August 1997 (uniform text Journal of Laws 2014, no. 1182).
§3 Types and Scope of Services Provided
1. Pursuant to these Terms & Conditions, the Service Provider provides the Customer on the Website with Services comprising on-line Ticket sales and sending Tickets and dealing with complaints related to Ticket sales.
2. The online purchase by the Customer consists of the following stages:
a) selection of departure and arrival locations, travel date and time, and the applicable statutory concession if a Concessionary Ticket is purchased,
b) acceptance of the Service Provider's Ticket purchase conditions – ordering a Ticket,
c) selection of the form of payment for the Ticket,
d) order confirmation by the Service Provider on the Website,
e) delivery of order confirmation and the Ticket to the Customer by email.
3. Payment for the Ticket may be made by payment card or electronic bank transfer (e-Transfer).
4. The transport agreement between the Customer and the Carrier is concluded when the order is confirmed by the Service Provider (as referred to in §3 point 2d). Order confirmation and the Ticket is delivered by the Service Provider by email.
5. The Customer may obtain information and ask questions with regard to delivery of the Ticket through:
(i) the FAQ (frequently asked questions) page on the Website, (ii) emails sent to email@example.com and (iii) dedicated telephone helpline provided by the Service Provider: 703 502 504 in Poland (calls charged at PLN 3.69 per minute incl. VAT) or +48 22 417 62 27 outside Poland (calls charged at local operators' rates).
6. The Service Provider reserves the right to temporarily cease providing the Services due to maintenance work on the Service Provider's computer system and when updating data on the Website.
§4 Complaint Procedures
1. The Customer may file a complaint when Services are provided by the Service Provider contrary to these Terms & Conditions.
a) in writing, or
b) by email to the Service Provider's email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. The complaint should contain a description of the problem giving grounds for the complaint and the Customer's Data.
3. The Service Provider will inform the Customer of the outcome of the complaint by registered letter or email to the address given by the Customer within 7 business days of the date of receipt.
1. The Service Provider is the personal data controller as defined in the Personal Data Protection Act. The controller of your personal data is Souter Holdings Poland Sp. z o.o., BTD Office Centre, Al. Niepodleg?o?ci 18, 7th floor, 02-653 Warszawa. Your personal data are collected in order to prepare and perform the Ticket sale agreement. They can also be used by the controller for marketing purposes provided you give your consent. The data collected can be provided only to entities specified in legal regulations. You have the right to access your data and to correct them on the terms specified in the Personal Data Protection Act. Providing your personal data is voluntary and is required to conclude the agreement.
2. The Service Provider processes the Data provided to it on the Form in accordance with the Personal Data Protection Act and other applicable legal provisions. The Service Provider may process Data, without the Customer's consent, in order to perform the Services properly, indicating that the Data are needed for the provision of the Services. The Service Provider agrees to keep the Data confidential and not to disclose them to any other entities unless the Customer clearly authorises the Service Provider to do so, or such authorisation results from legal regulations. This obligation will continue to apply after the legal relationship between the Customer and the Service Provider ends.
3. As regards Data processed to perform the Services properly and to the extent required to do so, the Customer has the right to review the Data which he/she gave on the Form and may update and change them.
4. The Service Provider may use the Customer's Data for marketing purposes, particularly to send the Customer commercial information originating from the Service Provider or third parties by email only when the Customer has given his/her consent by marking the appropriate box on the Form.
These Terms & Conditions apply from 10th May 2016. Legal relationships that arose prior to this date are covered by the previous Terms & Conditions.
§1 General Provisions
1.1 These terms & conditions (the "Terms & Conditions") set out the conditions for providing services to travellers and for boarding and transporting individuals and luggage in accordance with article 4 of the Transport Act of 15 November 1984 (unified text Journal of Laws from 2015, item 915); (the "Transport Act"). These Terms and Conditions are governed by Polish law.
1.2 The Terms & Conditions apply to the domestic and international transport of passengers by licensed coaches of Souter Holdings Poland sp. z o.o., BTD Office Centre, Al. Niepodleg?o?ci 18, 7th floor, 02-653 Warszawa, entered in the business register kept by the District Court in Warsaw, 12th Commercial Department, under number KRS 0000335505, tax identification number [NIP] 5252461571.
1.3 The following terms used in the Terms & Conditions have the following meanings:
a) Carrier – Souter Holdings Poland sp. z o.o. transporting Passengers on domestic and international routes;
b) Booking Fee – an administrative fee of PLN 1 for issuing one Electronic Ticket;
c) Passenger – an individual using the transport services provided by the Carrier, holding a valid Ticket;
d) Luggage – movables taken by the Passenger onto the coach; Luggage may comprise one piece of main Luggage and one piece of hand Luggage referred to in point 4 hereof;
e) Ticket – a document entitling the holder to use the transport services provided by the Carrier in the
(i) Electronic Ticket – sold via the Carrier's Website or the Agent's Website and sent to the purchaser by email in the form of an Electronic Invoice as defined in point g; an Electronic Ticket may also be purchased in Sales Points run by an Agent which, using the Carrier's Website fulfils Electronic Ticket purchase instructions submitted by Passengers (purchasers of Electronic Tickets); an Electronic Ticket may also be a Concessionary Ticket as defined in point f below),
(ii) Traditional Ticket – sold in Sales Points; a Traditional Ticket is an invoice as defined in Art. 2(31) of the VAT Act of 11 March 2004 (uniform text, Journal of Laws of 2011 no. 177, item 1054 as amended)(the “VAT Act”) in conjunction with § 3 of the Minister of Finance regulation on issuing invoices of 3 December 2013 (Journal of Laws of 2013, item 1485) (the “Regulation”) (a Traditional Ticket may also be a Concessionary Ticket as defined in point f) below).
f) Concessionary Ticket – a Ticket entitling the holder to concessionary travel in accordance with the Act on Concessionary Travel on Public Transport of 20 June 1992 (uniform text Journal of Laws of 2013, item 1138 as amended) or other applicable regulations;
g) Electronic Invoice – a ticket is deemed to be an invoice pursuant to Art. 2(31) and (32) of the VAT Act in conjunction with § 3 of the Regulation delivered in accordance with the rules on delivering invoices by email;
h) Trip – journey at a specified time from a specified place to a specified destination;
i) Fare – price of the Ticket for the Trip, shown on the Ticket, applicable at the time the Ticket is purchased;
j) Total Ticket Price – the sum of the Fare and the Booking Fee constituting the due amount for transport as defined in the Transport Law;
k) Disabled Person – a person who has difficulties moving and uses a wheelchair or similar device and needs this device during the Trip;
l) Transport Agreement – an agreement concluded between the Carrier and the Passenger based on a Ticket, under which the Carrier agrees to transport the Passenger and Luggage for a fee from a given place to the destination indicated on the Ticket, on the conditions set out in the Terms & Conditions;
m) Carrier's Website – the carrier's website www.polskibus.com on which Electronic Tickets can be purchased;
n) Agent's Website – a website run by an Agent on which Electronic Tickets can be purchased;
o) Manage My Booking System – a function available on the Carrier’s Website enabling Electronic Tickets to be changed or cancelled.
p) Agent – an entity selling Tickets under an agreement concluded with the Carrier, in its own Sales Point or via the Agent's Website; an Agent may charge commission for selling Tickets pursuant to the Agreement concluded with the Carrier;
q) Sales Point – an authorised point that sells Tickets, belonging to the Carrier's distribution chain or to an Agent.
1.4 The Terms & Conditions currently in force are published at www.polskibus.com.
§2 The Carrier
2.1 The Carrier is obliged to:
a) transport the Passenger and the Luggage on the route shown on the Ticket,
b) provide Passengers with safe and sanitary conditions, comfort and appropriate services during journeys.
2.2 The Carrier may outsource the services to other carriers.
2.3 The Carrier reserves the right to refuse to let a Passenger board or to continue his/her Trip if the Passenger:
a) does not comply with the conditions of the Transport Agreement or the Terms & Conditions;
b) is in a condition or behaves in a manner which could pose a danger to the safety or comfort of other passengers; in particular, the Carrier may refuse to let a Passenger board or to continue his/her Trip if he/she behaves in a manner that disturbs public order or he/she is aggressive or abusive;
c) does not have or refuses to show the legally required travel documents, including – on international trips – documents required to cross borders, or does not comply with the relevant customs or visa regulations or is not legally allowed to enter a country by immigration authorities.
3.1 The Passenger is obliged to:
a) have a valid Ticket or booking number and, on international trips, the document required to cross a border;
b) show the coach crew a valid document confirming the passenger’s eligibility for concessionary travel if the passenger has a Concessionary Ticket;
c) put any Luggage which is not hand Luggage in the luggage compartment;
d) comply with the Terms & Conditions.
3.2 If a coach is furnished with seat belts, Passengers are obliged to fasten them and use them in accordance with their purpose.
3.3 If a coach is furnished with seat belts, children under 12 years old and less than 150 cm tall will be carried in a child safety seat or other device for carrying children corresponding to the child’s weight and height and to technical conditions. A parent or guardian travelling with the child is obliged to provide the child safety seat. Children should be seated in a secured child safety seat throughout the journey. Holding children in your arms or on your lap during transport is prohibited.
3.4 Smoking (including electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) and consuming alcohol or any psychoactive substances (e.g. drugs) are prohibited on board.
3.5 Passengers are covered by the Carrier third party insurance.
3.6 Passengers with Disabilities
a) Each coach has one place for a disabled passenger in a wheelchair.
b) In view of the seating limit on coaches, before purchasing a Ticket a Disabled Person should contact the Carrier by telephone on the disabled persons' helpline: +48 22 417 62 26 (calls charged at standard rate).
3.7. Transportation of minors
a) Passengers under 12 years old can only travel on the Carrier’s coaches under adult supervision.
b) Passengers aged 12 to 15 can only travel on the Carrier’s coaches alone (unless the laws of the country of destination and transit countries provide otherwise) with the written consent of a parent or legal guardian given on the form available on the Carrier’s website and signed by the parent or legal guardian in the presence of the coach crew when the Passenger boards.
c) Minors over 15 years old can travel on the Carrier’s coaches alone.
d) The Carrier does not provide any care for minors, including those travelling alone. Parents or legal guardians bear full civil liability for the actions of minors.
e) If the Carrier incurs any extra costs in transporting minors, it will seek reimbursement from the minor's parents or legal guardians.
4.1 The Passenger is allowed to take with him/her a maximum of 2 pieces of Luggage free of charge:
a) one piece of Luggage weighing up to 20 kg to be transported in the luggage compartment ("Main Luggage"),
b) one small piece of Luggage of a size allowing it to be easily placed under the seat or on the shelf above the Passenger's seat (the size of the luggage should not block the easy movement of other passengers) ("Hand Luggage"),
c) sports equipment, e.g. skis, bicycles, snowboards, can also be transported provided they are packed appropriately and depending on space availability in the luggage compartment.
4.2 Each piece of Main Luggage carried in the luggage compartment is marked with a luggage band. Luggage bands are handed out by the coach crew on boarding together with a luggage receipt.
4.3 Disabled Persons' wheelchairs or similar devices are transported free of charge.
4.4 The Carrier has the right to refuse to take Luggage if the Luggage does not meet the requirements set out in the Terms & Conditions.
4.5 A member of the coach crew will hand out Luggage to persons with luggage receipts.
4.6 Money, securities and valuable items, particularly valuables, objects of scientific and artistic value and electronic equipment, can only be carried inside coaches as Hand Luggage supervised by the Passenger. The Carrier does not accept money, securities or valuable items for safekeeping.
5.1 The document authorising the holder to travel on a coach is a valid Ticket.
5.2 Tickets are non-transferable and cannot be resold.
5.3 Electronic Tickets are sold via the Carrier's Website pursuant to the Terms & Conditions for the provision of electronic services. Electronic Tickets are sold via the Agent's Website pursuant to the terms and conditions applied by the Agent and published on the Agent's Website.
5.4 A Booking Fee is charged for Electronic Tickets purchased via the Carrier's Website. Booking fees are not charged on Electronic Tickets acquired when changing a booking in accordance with point 7.2. of the Terms and Conditions.
5.5 Purchasing a Ticket is synonymous with a request for an invoice, including an Electronic Invoice as defined in applicable VAT regulations.
5.6 When purchasing a Ticket, the Passenger takes receipt of an invoice, including an Electronic Invoice as defined in applicable VAT regulations.
5.7 A Traditional Ticket or, in the case of an Electronic Ticket, a booking number or Electronic Invoice printout, must be shown to the coach crew. Passengers holding Concessionary Tickets should also show the coach crew a valid document confirming their eligibility for concessionary travel.
5.8 Seat numbers are not assigned when booking, subject to point 3.6 of the Terms & Conditions.
§6 Statutory Concessions
6.1 The Carrier accepts statutory concessions granted to eligible individuals under the Act on Concessionary Travel on Public Transport of 20 June 1992 (uniform text Journal of Laws of 2013, item 1138 as amended) or other applicable regulations.
6.2 Concessionary Ticket Fares are calculated on the basis of the applicable statutory concession and the base price given on the price list currently applicable to a given route.
6.3 In addition to statutory concessions, the Carrier also gives sales discounts in line with the Carrier’s sales strategy. Passengers have the right to choose the type of concession, i.e. either a Concessionary Ticket or a Ticket sold at a discounted price.
6.4 The Passenger is obliged to show the coach crew a valid document confirming the passenger’s eligibility for concessionary travel if the passenger has a Concessionary Ticket.
§ 7 Changes to Tickets
7.1 All changes to Electronic Tickets purchased via the Carrier's Website are subject to a handling fee of PLN 5.
7.2 To change an Electronic Ticket purchased via the Carrier's Website, the Passenger (purchaser of an Electronic Ticket) should use the Manage My Booking System available on the Carrier’s Website to search the purchased Electronic Ticket in the system and change the time and date of the Trip him/herself. The Passenger may change an Electronic Ticket via the Manage My Booking System before the Trip starts, which means till the departure time according to the actual timetable.
7.3 Changes can be made to an Electronic Ticket purchased via the Carrier's Website subject to seat and date availability. Changes to an Electronic Ticket will be charged at the rates applicable at the time, at the fares for that particular trip. The Carrier does not guarantee that a suitable alternative Electronic Ticket will be available or at what Fare that alternative Electronic Ticket may be charged.
7.4 If a suitable alternative Electronic Ticket is available, the Fare for that Electronic Ticket or the amount to be reimbursed will be calculated by the Manage My Booking System and will be subject to a handling fee.
7.5 If an Electronic Ticket is changed via the Manage My Booking System (referred to in point 7.2. of the Terms and Conditions), where the Total Ticket Price for the existing Electronic Ticket minus the handling fee referred to in point 7.1 of the Terms and Conditions is higher than the Fare for the new (changed) Electronic Ticket, then the Carrier will refund the difference to the purchaser within 7 business days. The amount will be refunded by bank transfer or if payment was made by credit card it will be returned to the card.
7.6 If an Electronic Ticket is changed via Manage My Booking System (referred to in point 7.2. of the Terms and Conditions), where the Total Ticket Price for the existing Electronic Ticket minus the handling fee referred to in point 7.1 of the Terms and Conditions is lower than the Fare for the new (changed) Electronic Ticket, then the purchaser must pay the difference to the Carrier via the payment system available on the Carrier's website.
7.7 The handling fee for changing an Electronic Ticket purchased via the Carrier's Website cannot be higher than the Total Ticket Price paid for the Ticket.
7.8 If the required change cannot be made to an Electronic Ticket purchased via the Carrier's Website, the Passenger (purchaser of the Electronic Ticket) may keep the existing Electronic Ticket or cancel the Electronic Ticket in accordance with point 8 of the Terms and Conditions.
7.9 Changes can be made to Traditional Tickets at the Sales Point where the Traditional Ticket was purchased. The Traditional Ticket must be provided when the change is made.
7.10 Changes to Electronic Tickets purchased via an Agent can be made via the Sales Point of the Agent who sold the Ticket. The Electronic Ticket must be provided when changes are made.
7.11 Changes can be made to Electronic Tickets purchased via the Agent's Website pursuant to the terms and conditions applied by the Agent and published on the Carrier's Website.
§8 Cancelling (returning) Tickets
8.1 Cancelling (returning) Electronic Tickets purchased via the Carrier's Website is subject to a handling fee of PLN 5.
8.2 To return an Electronic Ticket purchased via the Carrier's Website, the Passenger (purchaser of the Electronic Ticket) should use the Manage My Reservation System available on the Carrier’s Website to search the purchased Electronic Ticket in the System and cancel it him/herself. Exceptionally, if the Carrier’s Website is not available for technical reasons, the Passenger may submit an instruction to return the Electronic Ticket purchased via the Carrier’s Website by telephone on the Carrier’s number: 703 502 504 in Poland (calls charged at PLN 3.69 per minute incl. VAT) and +48 22 417 62 27 outside Poland (calls charged at local operators' rates). The Passenger may return an Electronic Ticket via the Manage My Reservation System before the Trip starts, which means till the departure time according to the actual timetable.
8.3 The handling fee when returning an Electronic Ticket purchased via the Carrier's Website cannot be higher than the Total Ticket Price paid for the Electronic Ticket.
8.4 The Carrier will refund the amount due to the Passenger (purchaser of the Electronic Ticket) within 7 business days by bank transfer or if payment was made by credit card it will be returned to the card.
8.5 If the Passenger rescinds the Transport Agreement for reasons attributable to the Carrier, the Carrier will refund the Total Ticket Price without deducting the handling fee.
8.6 Traditional Tickets can be cancelled at the Sales Point where the Traditional Ticket was purchased. The Traditional Ticket must be provided when the cancellation is made.
8.7 Electronic Tickets purchased via an Agent can be cancelled via the Sales Point of the Agent who sold the Ticket. The Electronic Ticket must be provided when the cancellation is made.
8.8 Electronic Tickets purchased via the Agent's Website can be cancelled pursuant to the terms and conditions applied by the Agent and published on the Agent's Website.
§9 Animals and Guide Dogs
9.1 Transporting animals on coaches is prohibited with the exception of guide dogs assisting Disabled Persons.
9.2 Guide dogs assisting Disabled Persons should have a harness and a guide dog certificate and a certificate showing that it has all the required vaccinations to enter the country of destination and transit countries and any other documents legally required for the journey.
§10 Complaints, Claims and Carrier's Liability
10.1 Any complaints and claims connected with the performance of the Transport Agreement should be sent:
a) via email to email@example.com or,
b) by registered letter to the following address: Souter Holdings Poland sp. z o.o., BTD Office Centre, Al. Niepodleg?o?ci 18, 7th floor, 02-653 Warszawa.
10.2 The Carrier will examine claims within 15 business days of receipt unless additional information is required from the Passenger.
10.3 In the case of an Electronic Ticket purchased via an Agent's Website, complaints are accepted and examined on the Carrier's behalf by this Agent on the principles of and pursuant to the terms and conditions published on the Agent's Website.
10.4 Any loss, depletion of or damage to Main Luggage or Hand Luggage should be immediately reported to the Carrier's crew so that a complaint form can be filled in. The form should be signed by those participating in establishing the condition of the Luggage. If any of the parties do not agree with the content of the form he/she should put his/her reservations on the form.
These Terms & Conditions apply from 10th of May 2016. Legal relationships that arose earlier shall be covered by the provisions of previous Terms & Conditions.
You must read these terms and conditions before you access and use the Wi-Fi service. By accessing and using the Wi-Fi service you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions set out below. If you do not wish to be bound by these terms and conditions you may not access or use the Wi-Fi service.
1. These terms and conditions define the principles and scope of using the Wi-Fi access point (the Service) made available for Users by Souter Holdings Poland sp. z o.o., with its registered office in Warsaw (the Operator).
2. After accepting the above terms and conditions, the User will be directed to the website www.polskibus.com enabling unrestricted access to the Service.
3. The Service is free of charge.
4. The Service is only available within the Republic of Poland
5. The Operator shall not be liable whatsoever for:
a) temporary lack of access to the Service or low connection bandwidth;
b) unauthorised use of software or other works available on the Internet and being subject to intellectual protection,
c) damage caused by third party software,
d) technical conditions online radio and Internet zone delays that might affect the actual Internet transfer to and from the User’s computer.
6. The Operator does not provide any support to network users, nor is the Operator responsible for compatibility of the User’s equipment with the access point infrastructure.
7. Due to safety reasons, access to all network services is not guaranteed.
8. The radio transmission of the Service is not encrypted.
9. The Service is used solely at the User’s own risk.
10. The User must not use the Service for the following purposes:
a) transmission and provision of access to content that are not within the law or is subject to protection of intellectual property to which the User is not entitled,
b) transmission and provision of access to content that might violate somebody’s personal rights,
c) mass distribution of advertising content not being ordered by recipients (spam),
d) distribution of computer viruses and other software that might damage computers of other Internet users,
e) reselling access to the Internet network without Operator’s knowledge and written consent,
f) considerable load put on the band by way of making available WWW, IRC, NNTP, etc. servers.
11. If the User does not observe the provisions of these terms and conditions or uses the Service in contravention of its purpose, the Operator will be entitled to block access to the Service or limit the connection bandwidth.
12. The User is solely liable for the manner of his/her using the Service, including for the content of messages sent.
13. The User shall be solely liable for the consequences of using the Service and for the User making available the User’s passwords/access codes/login/other data to third parties.
14. The User is not entitled to any claims for temporary or permanent loss of Internet signal or for limitation of the connection throughput arising from the transmitter being turned off or the transmitter suffering technical problems.
15. In order for the Service to be provided, the Operator may use “cookie” files that may be saved on the User’s computer. Such files can also be read each time this computer is used for connection. Cookies provide statistical data on users’ traffic and use of particular websites and, thus, enable efficient provision of the Service. The User can at any time turn off the option of accepting cookies in his/her browser, however this may hinder or prevent use of the Service.
16. The Operator undertakes to make every effort to protect the account User’s personal data in accordance with the Personal Data Protection Act of 29 August 1997 (Journal of Laws 2014, item 1182, uniform text). The Operator is a personal data administrator. The Operator undertakes to keep the data confidential and not to disclose it to other entities unless the User expressly authorises the Operator to do so or unless such authorisation arises from the law. This obligation will remain in effect after all legal relationships between the User and the Operator expire.
17. Personal data is collected only for marketing and statistical purposes. By accepting these terms and conditions, the User gives consent to such data being processed in the scope indicated herein. The data collected may be made available only to entities indicated in legal regulations. The User is entitled to access his/her data content and amend it subject to the conditions set out in the Personal Data Protection Act of 29 August 1997 (Journal of Laws 2014, item 1182, uniform text). Personal data is provided by the User voluntarily.
18. The Operator is not responsible for privacy protection strategies of other websites.
19. The Operator reserves the right to introduce changes to these terms and conditions. The User is not entitled to any claims due to this reason.
20. In any matters not governed by this agreement, the provisions of the Polish Law shall apply.
Check Terms & Conditions services offer by B.U.T. "Zak Tourist" sp. z o.o., Rybacka 2 16-300 Augustów, press link http://zakexpress.com.pl/index.php/regulamin/
Check Terms & Conditions services offer by FlixMobility GmbH, Birketweg 33 80639 München Germany, press link https://www.flixbus.com/terms-and-conditions/
Check Terms & Conditions services offer by Garden Service, 2 Wojska Polskiego square, 21-500 Biała Podlaska, press link Terms&Conditions
Check Terms & Conditions services offer by Arriva Bus Transport Polska Sp. z o.o. in cooperation with MajerBus, Dąbrowskiego Street 8/24 87-100 Toruń, press link http://www.arrivabus.pl/en/for-passengers/terms-and-conditions/
Check Terms & Conditions services offer by Albatros Sp. z o.o., 26 Ofiar Katynia Street, 37-700 Przemyśl, press link Terms&Conditions
Check Terms & Conditions services offer by Mobilis PKS w Plocku S.A., 53 Bielska Street, 09-400 Płock, press link Terms&Conditions
Check Terms & Conditions services offer by PW BP Tour Piotr Brewczak, 6 Sportowa Street, 24-200 Belzyce, press link http://www.bptour.pl/regulamin-przewozu
Check Terms & Conditions services offer by Ideal Travel Wit LACZNY Spólka Jawna, 18 Rózana Street, 32-080 Zabierzów, press link Terms&Conditions
Check Terms & Conditions services offer by PPH"AFAR-BUS" Zbigniew Przybysz, Kopernika Street 15 22-680 Lubycza Królewska, press link http://afarbus.pl/o-firmie/regulamin-przewoznika/
Check Terms & Conditions services offer by UAB Tolimojo keleivinio transporto kompanija, Sodu g.22 LT-03211 Wilno, press link http://www.eurolines.lt/pl/regulamin-przewozu/
Check Terms & Conditions services offer by TRANS KINETIK Sp. z o. o. Sp. k., 22A Gen. T. Pełczyńskiego Street, lok. 78, 01-471 Warszawa, press link https://www.modlinbus.pl/strony/page/regulamin/
Check Terms & Conditions services offer by Voyager Transport Sp. z o.o., 25 Biecka Street, 38-300 Gorlice, press link http://www.voyager-transport.pl/pl/strefa-pasazera/regulaminy
Check Terms & Conditions services offer by PKS "POLONUS" S.A., 144 Jerozolimskie Avenue, 02-305 Warszawa, press link http://pkspolonus.pl/linie-lokalne/regulamin-przewozow