Information about delivery costs are displayed in the order form at the last step when the Customer / Consumer may choose the option “Order with an obligation to pay” and in the e-mail confirming the Order made by the Customer / Consumer.


A detailed price list and terms of delivery connected with a delivery method and payment methods are available on the website under the DELIVERY COST.


Goods are delivered by courier to the address given in the order form.


The Seller delivers Goods solely to selected European states, which are specified in the table on the Shop’s website under the DELIVERY COST.


Deliveries to European states other than Poland are possible solely if the Order is paid

A.   by the use of an electronic payment system:

B.   The Seller also accepts traditional transfers. Therefore, the Customer / Consumer will be informed about a bank account number for such transfers (e.g. at the post office).


Deliveries will be made within 21 business days, however no more than 30 calendar days.


The delivery time starts:

- in the case of electronic payment: from payment authorisation by the system


B.   or in the case of a traditional transfer from the funds being credited into the Account.

The delivery time includes solely business days, which means that:

- if any of the above moments falls on a non-business day, the delivery time will start as of the next business day;

- the delivery time is suspended on each non-business day;

- if the end of the delivery time falls on a non-business day, the delivery will be made on the next business day.


While collecting the Goods from the courier, the Customer should inspect the parcel (based on Art. 545 § 2 of the Civil Code).


If the parcel is damaged, the Customers not being Consumers must draw up a certificate of damage in the presence of a courier or immediately notify the Seller.


Complaints concerning damages in transit made by Customers not being Consumers without the certificate of damage will not be taken into consideration.



The Consumer may withdraw from the agreement concerning the sale of Goods bought on the website shop. without reason by submitting a relevant statement within 30 (thirty) days from the delivery of the Goods (i.e. from the day the Goods obtained by the Consumer or a third party indicated by the Consumer, other than a carrier). To meet the withdrawal deadline, it is enough that the Consumer sends the statement of withdrawal before the end of the above period.


To withdraw from the sales agreement, the Consumer may, but does not need to, use a draft statement available under the following link:




The filled-in form must be sent by e-mail to [email protected] or in writing by mail to:


Drift Masters

ul. Otolińska 25

09-407 Płock

with the following annotation on the envelope: SHOP.

In the event of withdrawal, the Consumer must return the Goods to the following address immediately, however no later than within 14 days from the withdrawal.


Drift Masters

ul. Otolińska 25

09-407 Płock

with the following annotation on the envelope: SHOP.


To meet the above deadline, it is enough that the Goods are sent before the end of that period via a post operator within the meaning of the Post Office Law. In the event the Goods are returned, the Seller recommends that the annotation “RETURN” is written down on the parcel.


The Consumer may send the Goods subject to the return to the Seller by courier. For that purpose, the Consumer should prior contact the Seller. The Goods may be sent by courier indicated by the Seller at the Consumer’s request solely in the territory of Poland.


The Consumer is liable for reducing the value of the Goods as a result of use exceeding the use necessary to find out the character, properties and operation of the Goods.


The Seller will refund the payments by the use of the same method of payment as the one used by the Consumer during the original transaction, unless the Consumer explicitly accepts a different solution.


The Seller will refund the payment within 14 days from the receipt of the statement of withdrawal, but it may refrain from refunding the payment until it receives the Goods or until it receives the evidence confirming that the Goods have been sent, whichever is earlier.


The Customer not being a Consumer does not have the right to withdraw from the agreement within thirty days. Terms and conditions of withdrawal applicable to such Customers are set out by the Civil Code.