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Delivery

Standard Delivery Service

All prices include free mainland UK delivery (1-2 working days) - other than certain remote areas that may attract a delivery surcharge.

All Royal Mail deliveries are sent by first class post and are free to all UK postcodes.

Subject to stock, all orders placed up to 4.00PM will be despatched the same day.

Most UPS deliveries are free however remote areas may have a delivery surcharge; these are generally the Scottish Highland and Islands, most off-shore islands and a few other remote or inaccessible parts of the UK.

Please note all our delivery times are quoted in working days - so exclude Saturday, Sundays and Bank Holidays.

If you have any delivery problems, require technical assistance or would simply like to speak to a human being then please call us on 0800 310 2100.


Express Delivery Service

Our standard delivery option is 1-2 working days; we also offer a guaranteed next day delivery upgrade via UPS Courier for an extra £5 - this can be selected at the checkout stage.

The cut off time for despatch is 4.00PM; Subject to stock, all orders placed up to 4.00PM will be despatched the same day. 

Please note all our delivery times are quoted in working days - so exclude Saturday, Sundays and Bank Holidays.


Remote Areas

Certain areas such as the Scottish Highlands and most off-shore islands will be subject to a remote area delivery surcharge - the surcharge is £15 and reflects the additional courier charges.

If you are in a remote area this will be shown in the checkout once you have entered your details.

The UPS surcharge area currently include:

AB37-AB38, AB44-AB45, AB53-AB56, CA18-CA27, HS1-HS9, IM, IV7, IV9-IV12 IV14-IV28, IV30-IV32, IV36, IV40-IV56, KA27-KA28, KW, LA15-LA23, PA20-PA38, PA41-PA49, PA60-PA78, PA80-PA88, PH17-PH26, PH30-PH44, PH49-PH50, TR21-TR25, ZE
 

IMPORTANT - New EPP Regulations For Shipping Acid

There are major changes to the EPP (Explosives, Precursors and Poisons) Regulations that come in to effect on 1 July 2018 - these include the sale and shipping of sulphuric acid.

Sulphuric acid has been reclassified as a regulated substance and as such cannot be sold or shipped to anyone who does not hold a valid EPP licence. This means it will be an offence for us to supply or ship motorcycle battery electrolyte to anyone who does not hold the necessary licence.

This means that all dry charged motorcycle batteries will be shipped without acid from 1 July 2018 and you will have to source the acid locally. The regulations do specifically allow members of public to have a battery filled with acid.

We offer a filling service from our premises in Enfield.

These regulations do not effect the Yuasa YTX/YTZ Series Maintenance Free batteries as we will fill and seal these prior to despatch.

 
Shipping Restrictions For Hazardous Substances

In addition to the EPP Regulations explained above, there are strict rules and regulations that govern the shipping of hazardoius substances.

If your order is affected by any of these regulations and restrictions, we will always keep you informed and please bear with us as these rules are in place for important safety reasons.