Passeport Bourgogne

Legal Notice

Legal notices

1. Preamble

This site is the property of PASSEPORT BOURGOGNE, a limited liability company active for 22 years. Based in Vignoles (21200), it specializes in the sector of activity of other road passenger transport. The head office is located at Beaune Chauffeur Service, 12 Rue Gaston Chevrolet, 21200 Vignoles, France. Access and use of the site are governed by the general conditions presented here, subject to updates and modifications without notice.

2. Publishing and Hosting

The site is published by PASSEPORT BOURGOGNE, accessible by telephone at +33 (0) 380 458 745 and by email at contact@ The website was designed by Solutions Digitales Intégrées (SDI), located at 13 rue Commandant Cousteau, 21000 Dijon, France. Email:, Tel: 0362029400. The site is hosted by o2switch, SASU Simplified joint stock company with single shareholder, SIREN 510909807, located at CHE DES PARDIAUX, 63000 CLERMONT-FERRAND, France, Intracommunity VAT number: FR35510909807.

3. Personal Data

The personal data collected is used to verify the quality of users, respond to their requests and manage the commercial relationship. In accordance with the legislation, users have the right to access, modify and delete their data.

4. Intellectual Property Rights

The elements of the site are protected by copyright, designs and models, and trademarks. Any unauthorized use may constitute a punishable violation.

5. Site Content

The information provided is based on current knowledge and regularly updated. PASSPORT BURGUNDY is not responsible for errors or non-updating of information.

6. Limitation of Liability

PASSEPORT BOURGOGNE cannot be held responsible for errors, the unavailability of functionalities or the presence of viruses on its site.

7. Hypertext Links

Any creation of a link to this site requires prior written authorization. PASSPORT BOURGOGNE is not responsible for the content of linked sites.

8. Applicable Law

The conditions of use of the site are governed by French law. Any possible dispute which cannot be resolved amicably will be brought before the competent courts.