Terms of Use

Copyright
Except as otherwise indicated, the Site, and all text, images, marks, logos and other content contained herein, including, without limitation, the The Happy Car logo and all designs, text, graphics, pictures, information, data, software, sound files, other files, Content (as defined below) and the selection and arrangement thereof (collectively, the “Site Content”) are the proprietary property of The Happy Car or its licensors or users and are protected by U.S. and international copyright laws. The Site and all Site Content is (C) 2017 The Happy Car, All Rights Reserved.

Trademarks
The The Happy Car logo and all other product or service names or slogans displayed on the Site are registered and/or common law trademarks of The Happy Car and/or its suppliers or licensors, and may not be copied, imitated or used, in whole or in part, without the prior written permission of The Happy Car or the applicable trademark holder. In addition, the look and feel of the Site, including all page headers, custom graphics, button icons and scripts, is the service mark, trademark and/or trade dress of The Happy Car and may not be copied, imitated or used, in whole or in part, without the prior written permission of The Happy Car. All other trademarks, registered trademarks, product names and company names or logos mentioned in the Site are the property of their respective owners. Reference to any products, services, processes or other information, by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, and supplier or otherwise does not constitute or imply endorsement, sponsorship or recommendation thereof by The Happy Car.

Limited License
The Happy Car grants you a limited license to access and use the Site and to view, copy and print portions of the Site Content. Such license is subject to these Site Terms, and specifically conditioned upon the following: (i) you may only view, copy and print portions of the Site Content for your own informational, personal and non-commercial use; (ii) you may not modify or otherwise make derivative uses of the Site or the Site Content, or any portion thereof; (iii) any displays or printouts of Site Content must be marked “© 2004-20013, The Happy Car, All rights reserved.”; (iv) you may not remove or modify any copyright, trademark, or other proprietary notices that have been placed in the Site Content; (v) you may not use any data mining, robots or similar data gathering or extraction methods; (vi) you may not use the Site or the Site Content other than for its intended purpose; and (vii) you may not reproduce, prepare derivative works from, distribute or display the Site or any Site Content (except for page caching), except as provided herein. Except as expressly permitted above, any use of any portion of the Site or Site Content without the prior written permission of The Happy Car is strictly prohibited and will terminate the license granted herein.

Any such unauthorized use may also violate applicable laws, including without limitation copyright and trademark laws and applicable communications regulations and statutes. Unless explicitly stated herein, nothing in these Site Terms may be construed as conferring any license to intellectual property rights, whether by estoppels, implication or otherwise. This license is revocable at any time. You represent and warrant that your use of the Site and the Site Content will be consistent with this license and will not infringe or violate the rights of any other party or breach any contract or legal duty to any other parties, or violate any applicable law. You expressly agree to indemnify The Happy Car against any liability to any person arising out of your use of Site Content not in accordance with these Site Terms.

Liability
The Happy Car, or any of its affiliates are not liable for any third party comment or user post Under Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (CDA). An “interactive service provider” (e.g., an Internet Service Provider or a website operator, among others) may not be treated as the “publisher or distributor” of “information” provided by a third party user of its service. As the district court explained in Collins v. Purdue University, this language has been consistently interpreted to provide online publishers with broad immunity from liability for defamation and other wrongful acts on the part of users of their services.