privacy notice


In order to access and use the WiBLE App and Web page (hereinafter the WiBLE App and Web, respectively), the user must have previously and expressly understood and accepted this Privacy Policy, which entails the need for it to be properly read and understood before being previously accepted.


In compliance with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and the free movement of such data (GDPR), Act 3/2018 of 5 December on the Protection of Personal Data and the Guarantee of Digital Rights (LOPDgdd), as well as any other regulations that may apply in this area, this Privacy Policy is intended to transparently inform
(i) users,
(ii) visitors and stakeholders

about the system through which WiBLE, through its WiBLE App and its website, processes which data and which files it keeps, (ii) the purpose of the processing, (iii) the legitimacy on which it is based, (iv) the period of conservation (v) its recipients and (vi) the procedure to be used for exercising the rights of access, rectification, erasure, limitation of processing and portability; so that after reading and understanding, the data subjects confirm that they have read and understood this Privacy Notice and, in this way, can provide WiBLE the personal data required through the forms provided for the necessary execution of the carsharing contract, and submit consent for other processing freely, voluntarily and expressly.

Therefore, access to and use WiBLE App and web will require the preliminary consent of this Privacy Policy because, otherwise, it will be impossible to use the service of carsharing provided by WiBLE, regardless of the provisions of the Legal Notice, Cookies Notice and the General Conditions of Service.

This Privacy Notice, Cookie Notice, Legal Notice, General Conditions of the Service and the Price Policy include the entire contractual regulation that will rule the relationship of users with WiBLE, subject to the particular conditions of certain contests and promotions, which you can consult here..

As indicated in the General Conditions of the Service, in order to become a WiBLE user it is necessary to complete the registration process properly, as well as to confirm that this Privacy Notice has been read and accepted, including the circumstance that WiBLE will perform a driving profile for each of its registered users.

All modifications made to this Privacy Notice as a result of legislative changes, case-law criteria and/or e-commerce good use practices will be duly communicated to the data subjects by easy-to-view and location announcements inserted in the WiBLE App and on the website, although the user may be sent a communication addressed to the e-mail address provided to WiBLE.

data we process and files we keep

The user is solely responsible for providing WiBLE its personal data accurately and truthfully. Thus, WiBLE will not be liable in any case for damages that the user, acting in bad faith, may cause as a result of having provided inaccurate, false or untrue information.

The personal data the user provides to WiBLE for registration, will be incorporated into the data file whose responsibility is WIBLE, called "WiBLE CLIENTS". Those who refer to interested parties who have begun registration and this has not ended or have contacted WiBLE and so authorized, will be incorporated into the file "POTENTIAL CLIENT".

Thus, according to whether the data subject completes the process of registration in WiBLE through the App or web, or if it does not finish, WiBLE will need to process some data or others, which in general will be, depending on the case, the following:

These data must be provided by the user, as it is absolutely necessary for the provision of the carsharing service by WiBLE. In this way, the omission or refusal of the user to provide any of the aforementioned data, will lead to the impossibility of hiring the carsharing service with the characteristics of the service offered by WiBLE, including the mode of conduction of the user. However, regarding the particularities of cookies and those that are not necessary for navigation and the user wants to oppose, all the necessary information is found in the Cookies Notice.

purpose of the processing

WiBLE will process the personal data facilitated by users and/or interested parties through the Web, WiBLE App or contact channels, in accordance with its undertaking to duly observe current legislation and regulations on data protection and that applicable to the provision of services through the information society and electronic commerce.

Depending on how the data subject acts, the personal data provided by the data subject will be processed with the following objectives:

Lawfulness of processing

WiBLE will process personal data for the purposes described above based on the following legal bases:

Legitimate interest pursuant to Article 6.1(f) GDPR

Period of storage of personal data

WiBLE will process the data strictly for the time necessary to fulfill the corresponding purpose. Then they will be properly blocked and protected for as long as responsibilities may arise from the processing, in compliance with current regulations. Once the possible actions are prescribed in each case, the personal data will be deleted. In this way, WiBLE:

data recipients

rights Exercise

Any data subject has the right to exercise the following rights in respect of WIBLE:

The exercise of these rights may be carried out using the form contained in the Customer Service area included in the WiBLE App and on the website or by sending an e-mail to In both cases, you must indicate the specific right you are exercising, and it will be necessary for this to be accompanied by a copy, front and back, of your National Identity Document or of the official title/document accrediting your identity.

Within forty-eight (48) hours from the receipt of the request, WiBLE will send to the data subject, notice of receipt of the request. WiBLE will comply with the will of the user in the maximum term of fifteen (15) calendar days from the date of receipt, informing the same by email sent to the address designated for this purpose.

Likewise, the data subject may complain to the Spanish Data Protection Agency (competent Control Authority in this matter), especially when he has not obtained satisfaction in the exercise of their rights, by writing to the same, C / Jorge Juan, number 6, 28001 - Madrid or through the web: