Payment Options

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AWR Racing, Inc. gladly accepts payments for purchases in the form of credit card,, money order, cashier’s check or certified bank check.

Credit Card

AWR Racing, Inc. accepts the following credit cards for payment:

Visa
MasterCard
Discover
American Express

Some orders may require a credit card authorization form to be completed and returned. Click here for authorization form.

Checks

Money Orders (sent through the mail). AWR Racing, Inc. accepts, money orders, cashier’s checks, or certified bank checks denominated in U.S. dollars as payment for all orders. Checks must be drawn on a U.S. bank and have the customer’s name and address imprinted on the check front, with a valid nine-digit bank routing number (ABA code) located at the bottom of the check. “Temporary” or counter checks are not acceptable. Please make your check payable to AWR Racing, Inc.. and mail to:

AWR Racing, Inc. 1497 Poinsettia Ave. Suite 154, Vista CA 92081

Please Note:

If you pay by money order, cashier’s check, or certified bank check, your order will be delayed since we must wait for receipt of the check and for the funds to clear before we can ship your merchandise. If you reside in United States, paying by any of the above methods typically delays your order about 15 business days from the day we receive your check. Dishonored checks will be assessed a fee of $20.00 or the maximum allowed by law.

 

2 Replies to “Payment Options”

  1. Im planning on buying a miata and want to know the best model and year to buy and what a decent kit and parts to make it a fast but enjoyable car and what a good site to buy parts like turbochargers etc.

  2. As much as I would like to guide you in the right direction, there are so many options to fill so many different personalities. First you need to fine tune it to decide which body style suits your taste and then go from there. I would love to sell you all the parts , but I think you should spend some time with somebody like Brian Goodwin or Bill Cardell and take it from there.

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