Rights and obligations

Buyer entrepreneur or company:

The rights and obligations of the buyer and seller are governed by the Commercial Code. The goods offered in this shop are not intended for sale to a regular customer, as their use, installation or operation require professional competence. The ordered goods are by their nature intended for Motorsport and will therefore be operated in extreme conditions. Exposure of any equipment to such conditions will void the normal warranty and any defects will be resolved individually.


Buyer end customer:

If the buyer is a natural person - a non-entrepreneur, the business is subject to the Civil Code and therefore the goods will be observed 2-year warranty. However, these are only defects that were not caused by improper installation, use or unprofessional intervention. Therefore, the seller reserves the right to sell the goods to the buyer only after proving professional competence. The customer also confirms that these goods cannot be used in means of transport operated on public roads.


In general:

The ordered goods will be stored at the establishment or sent to the customer only after full payment of the purchase price. The customer undertakes to take over the purchased goods in person at the seller's premises within 14 days at the latest, or immediately upon delivery to the address specified by the carrier. The buyer is responsible for non-acceptance of the shipment and is obliged to pay the costs associated with storage or re-attempting delivery.


According to the Sales Registration Act, the seller is obliged to issue a receipt to the buyer. At the same time, he is obliged to register the received revenue with the tax administrator online; in the event of a technical failure, within 48 hours at the latest.

This means that for each payment that is delivered to your account, a tax document will be issued immediately and an EET registration will be made. The same applies when accepting cash payments at our establishment.