How to Safely Ship Your Wheels to us: Tips and Guidelines

When it comes to shipping your wheels, it's important to take extra precautions to ensure they arrive at our warehouse safely. Here are some guidelines to follow to help you with this process.

Individually Box Your Wheels

To prevent damage during shipping, it's best to box each wheel individually. This helps to ensure that they don't bump into each other or get scratched in transit. Make sure to use a sturdy box that's the appropriate size for the wheel.

Protect the Face and edge of Each Wheel

To further protect your wheels, it's recommended that you cover the face and edge of each wheel with a plastic bag or foam sheet. This helps to prevent scratches or damage to the surface and edge of the wheel.

Use Packaging Materials for Cushioning

When packing your wheels, it's important to use packaging materials for cushioning. This helps to prevent the wheels from shifting around during transit and protects them from any potential impact. You can use materials such as newspaper, foam, or cardboard inserts to fill any gaps between the wheel and the box.

Apply Shipping Labels

To make sure your wheels are delivered to the correct location, be sure to apply one shipping label on each box. This helps to prevent any confusion or mix-ups during shipping.

Get Assistance When Needed

If you encounter any issues during the shipping process, don't hesitate to reach out to the UPS office or us for assistance. They or we can provide guidance on how to properly pack and label your shipment to ensure safe delivery.

Track Your Shipment

To keep track of your shipment, make sure to keep a copy of the UPS receipt with tracking number(s) for yourself. This allows you to monitor the progress of your shipment and ensure it arrives at its destination on time.

Payment and Processing

Once we receive your shipment, we will process your payment via check or Zelle within 2-3 business days. Make sure to follow all of these guidelines to ensure a smooth and safe shipping experience.

In conclusion, shipping your wheels can be stressful, but following these guidelines can help to ensure a safe and secure delivery. By individually boxing each wheel, protecting the face of each wheel, using packaging materials for cushioning, applying shipping labels, getting assistance when needed, and tracking your shipment, you can rest assured that your wheels will arrive at their destination in the same condition they were shipped.