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FAQ

Here are some Frequently asked questions added to help you with your shopping experience at motoXart

 

Q:What is your production time?

A:Production time is typically around 5 business days. Choosing express at checkout only speeds up the shipping time. If you need your stickers quickly we have a "priority production" option at checkout. Selecting this means that your order jumps to the front of the queue.

If you order priority production before 12 noon your stickers will ship express next business day. We do believe that this is the fastest in Australia :-)

Q: What material do you use to make your stickers?

A: We use a material called "Substance"  click to visit their website where you can find out all about the product and its superior performance to anything else available on the market, if you are not getting this product from your current supplier they are cutting corners and supplying you with something not designed for the purpose.

 

Q: Why are your graphics cheaper than most other companies

A: When we started MotoXart many years ago we had a different business model than most companies. We had several kids riding and we were frustrated at the cost of good quality graphics. Here is what happens with other more expensive companies.

They factor into their base price things like "free proofs" "free logo changes" "free mini plates" "free matte laminate" regardless of whether you require them or not, you still pay for them up front.

At MotoXart these are all extras that can be added on at checkout IF YOU REQUIRE THEM, this brings our base price right down to a sensible level. Simple as that.

Q: Why do you not put your new designs on bikes like Rival or SKDA

A: This is a question we get asked all the time and something we have looked into intensely.

Some of the people we work with have been employed by Pixar and Disney, we can easily Photoshop a kit onto a bike but to actually 3d render a kit is very very expensive and essentially this cost is passed onto you the end consumer. So in layman's terms you are paying for exactly the same product but also paying for the 3d render you see on Instagram.

These kits in the middle of the Sahara dessert or in an industrial setting have been 3d rendered onto a bike and if you want to pay extra for that then that's up to you.