Mother’s Day is less than two weeks away, and if you haven’t bought anything for mom yet it could be because you’re forgetful. Or maybe just a procrastinator. Or an ungrateful child. Maybe all three. Whatever the case, we’ve got you covered.

Our friends at Summit Racing Equipment Gifts, Clothing & Memorabilia can’t point toward discounted ginkgo biloba or family counseling services, but they DO have an awesome selection of appropriate, thoughtful gift options for the various moms in your life.

Here are a few of our favorites:

Wonder Woman Steel Sign

Your mom is wonderful. And a woman. It follows that this is a good gift.

Ladies Pro Drag Nitromethane T-Shirt

Ladies Pro Drag Nitromethane T-Shirts

If your last gift was a total drag, follow-up with a drag shirt.


SPY Optic Fiona Sunglasses

If your mom, like most people, enjoys not burning her retinas, she’ll probably appreciate a nice pair of shades.

Summit Racing Tote Bags

Summit Racing® Tote Bags

Like a purse, but better, because it says Summit Racing on the side.

Retro Series Slush Drink Maker

Retro Series Slush Drink Maker

What mom doesn’t appreciate an icy cold beverage at the end (or beginning or middle) of a long day?

Heated Travel Mug

Heated Travel Mug

Lukewarm coffee sucks, and we’ve already established that garage lasers do not make for an effective reheating solution.

Heated Seat Cushions

Heated Seat Cushions

Yes, we realize this makes three temperature-related items in a row, but maintaining an optimal heat/cold balance in drinks and in life is critically important to many women we know.

Automotive Accordion Sunshades

Automotive Accordion Sunshades

Like, super, super important.

Retro Kettle Popcorn Maker

Retro Kettle Popcorn Maker

Because retro is in and everyone likes popcorn.

Summit Racing Gift Card

Gift Card

If all else fails, it’s never a bad idea to give the gift of freedom…the freedom to get your own gift.

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Author: Will Schertz

Will is a contributing writer for OnAllCylinders. His automotive writing career stretches back longer than a decade and includes a stint as senior reporter for one of the tire industry’s largest trade publications. He enjoys long walks on the beach, romantic candlelit dinners, and thinly veiled sarcasm. Will lives with his beautiful wife and two small humans who steal his food and "need" more LEGOs.