Prime Choice offers free shipping* on all purchases
Prime Choice Shipping Policy
Prime Choice offers free shipping* on all purchases in continental USA. Our 100,000 sq ft auto parts warehouse is conveniently located to provide cost-effective and competitive shipping rates to our customers.
Prime Choice is committed to getting the customer the parts they need quickly and efficiently. Our distribution centers located throughout the United States ensure deliveries are processed rapidly.
*We currently make deliveries within the continental USA or PR, HI, AK through United Parcel Service (UPS) and United States Postal Service (U.S. Post). Additional charges apply to any deliveries outside of the continental USA.
UPS Standard (Scheduled Day) - (Included Free)
Delivery is between 2-5 business days. The suggested delivery arrival dates on the site are an estimated arrival time and not guaranteed.
All shipping carriers reserve the right to extend delivery time by 24 hours to residential deliveries. This is beyond our control and shipping charges will not be refunded for this reason. Upon receiving your order, inspect all packages thoroughly for missing, damaged, or incorrect parts. Our auto parts warehouse puts forth every effort to prevent shipping damage, however, it does occur occasionally.
If you receive a damaged part, do not accept the package; have the shipper immediately return it to us. If the shipper has left a damaged package in your absence, immediately contact the shipper and have the package returned to us. Missing, damaged, or incorrect parts are non-returnable after 30 business days, regardless of the party at fault. We must be contacted immediately if any of the above occurs.
Lastly, we are not responsible for lost or stolen packages, and all claims for such must be worked out with the shipping company.
*All purchases under $15 are charged a small handling fee due to the reality of there being an inherent cost associated with all purchases. As a true factory direct auto parts company we simply do not have the markup or margins to absorb the handling costs associated with lower valued orders.