FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
1. What is PDW?
PDW is one of the largest aftermarket wheel manufacturers in the world. With our annual output of over 2 million wheels, you can be sure that our passion and experience is shown in every wheel that we produce.
The expertise and professionalism of PDW is the key to its success, from product research to customer service and marketing. PDW focuses on growing its business and creating value by developing high quality and highly advanced products and services. The PDW brand, have now become one of the most recognised wheel brands, active in over 45 countries.
where passion drives design
2. What is PDW Europe?
PDW Europe is a subsidiary sales arm of the PDW Group. PDW Europe is a wholesale wheel seller, servicing the whole of Europe’s wheel sellers. We work solely with wheel resellers and do not provide a direct to retail service.
3. How do I become a PDW wheel authorised dealer?
4. What if i have a problem during the shopping stage?
If you have any problems during the shopping stage, you can contact PDW Europe via email at
. We will ensure a quick response to any issue.
5. What is the price for PDW wheels?
6. How do I get the wheels delivered to me?
During the shopping period, freight will automatically be calculated and included in your checkout invoice total. You will note the cost of freight will decrease dramatically if order is more than 8 wheels. Once order and payment is received, wheels will be dispatched the following day.
7. How do I get the best price for my order?
We have a built pricing register for orders. The more you order in 1 transaction, the larger your discount. Refer to the website for details.
8. If I am not a wheel reseller, where can I buy PDW wheels? What will be my price?
9. What is the warranty policy?
Our warranty policy can be found here
10. Whats the best way to clean my wheels?
11. How do harsh weather conditions affect my wheels?
We recommend to those using alloy wheels through harsh winter conditions, to clean the wheels frequently. Removing the build up of chemicals that are used on the roads that can cause corrosion to the wheels is very important. The chemicals used on the roads can be extremely corrosive and can effect the protective clear coating on your wheels.
12. What are the best type of wheels for harsh winter conditions?
We recommend choosing a fully painted wheel during harsh winter driving. Fully painted wheel will hold up better to the corrosive chemicals used to prevent roads from freezing.