At Carbonteck we only manufacture ignition covers that are attached to your bike with silicone and not bolt-on covers. The reason for this is that a boltton cover is only a dust cover and will only protect against scratches. With a bolt-on cover – on high impact – the impact will go right through the carbon cover and crack or break the aluminium cover with pieces flying everywhere causing potentially major damage. With a Carbonteck cover fitted with the correct silicon in the correct way, a high impact on the aluminium cover might crack or break it, but there will be no leak damage and all the broken pieces will stay intact. We have asked an engineer at the University of Stellenbosch to test 5 of our covers to see how strong our product is. The results were outstanding. Consequently we can confidently offer our product. We use the same infusing technique as with our exhaust guards but we use a different epoxy.
NOTE: Please list your bike brand and model when placing an order.
While there isn't a law requiring ecommerce stores to have a Return Policy, you may need one if you wish to enforce your terms and parameters of returns and refunds.
For example, in the state of New York, if a retailer does not provide a Return & Refund Policy, the retailer will be required to accept returns and give refunds for all merchandise returned within 30 days of purchase. If you wish to limit this in any way, you will need to create and post a Return Policy with your own custom terms.
Another reason for having a Return Policy even if not required by law is that most consumers prefer to shop at retailers with a clearly-posted Return Policy. This is especially important when shopping online, as more issues are likely when purchasing something without being able to see it in person first.
If you don't have a Return Policy, you may be at the mercy of state laws regulating return and refund timeframes. You may also lose potential customers who are concerned about not being able to return a product if they need or want to.