Acceptable Payment Methods
Small Engine Warehouse accepts cash as a payment at our retail location. We validate and verify cards using a number of methods, so we cannot accept prepaid cards, as they will not validate through our security system.
We accept most forms of payment including the following:
- Money Order
- Bank Wire Transfer
Small Engine Warehouse DOES NOT accept the following forms of payment:
Payment is required for shipment of any item.
FAQs of Payments
Why do you ask for the 3 Digit "Security Code" on my card
The 3 digit Card ID numbers are unique to each card, and are used as a way to verify cards for fraud protection. This is one way to verify that the customer has the card in their possession. We require this to match what your credit card company has on file to accept your card as payment.
Can I set up an account?
Accounts available on prior approval for Municipalities and Government entities. Please contact our Customer Support Department or email
for more information or to start this process.
We offer dealer pricing for resale to approved customers. We must have a properly filled out Indiana General Sales Tax Exemption form ST-105 on file for you to be an approved dealer. If you are interested in becoming an approved dealer or need to update your information on file, please email us at
We run promotions from time-to-time and advertise in some selected publications. However, we usually have posted prices lower than dealer cost. If you are interested in ordering in volume, more than $6000 in a single order, please contact us prior to ordering.
If I place an order from another state, will I have to pay sales tax if I pick it up?
In accordance with Indiana State Law, we must charge sales tax on transactions taking place in the State of Indiana. If you pick it up here or we ship within the state lines, we must charge sales tax.
What items can be exempt from sales tax?
Any item purchased for resale can be tax exempt if you have a properly filled out Indiana General Sales Tax Exemption form ST-105 on file. Some items may be exempt for agricultural use in the direct production of a food source, but there are strict guidelines for applicability, and we prefer to leave that up to you and/or your accountant. Most of what we sell would not be considered tax-exempt for agricultural use.