“Hey, can anyone fix this collection of broken parts and malfunctioning confusion called a car?”
If you are on Buffalo Road, traveling southwest from the town of Wendell, N.C., you will find them about a quarter mile past the Wake County Line; in Johnston County. At this location, car and truck owners find men knowledgeable and concerned about “broken parts and malfunctioning confusion”.
A malfunctioning automobile can be a slight irritation up to and including life threatening. The love for automobiles and concern for their neighbors is what C.U.I Tire and Automotive is all about.
This small, but efficient business is located on a rural corner lot at the intersection of Buffalo and Stotts Mill Road. Over the past 13 years C.U.I. Tire and Automotive has established itself as the place to go for automotive repairs and quality service.
Word of mouth coupled with the honest friendliness of Clint, Tracy and Jimmy, makes it a pleasure to stop by for a quick conversation, directions or repair. However, there is little chance of interfering with their work, these quy’s know how to work and talk at the same time.
Knowledgeable in their profession, they do not have office and waiting area walls covered with real or imagined awards. The truth is, they don’t need people in far away ivory towers and carpeted floors telling them how good they are. Their customers express their feelings and opinions to their faces. In this manner, “customer satisfaction” is not just politically correct empty words; they mean it.
Within their well equipped 3 bay garage and work areas are tools of their trade. What cannot be seen is the level of satisfaction and dedication expressed in every job. Don’t let the dirt lot and orderly parked cars fool you. These guys are serious and knowledgeable about what they do. If your car or truck does not feel or sound right, stop by and ask them to take a look or listen.
Are they shade tree mechanic? No, they are professionals with a clear understanding of what it takes to run a successful business. What’s missing? White shirts and clean hands and shuttle services may be a bit difficult to come by. This is the kind of shop that gets the job done, and if you have a problem they can’t handle? They will be the first to say so.
At C.U.I. Tire and Automotive, questions don’t make customers sound stupid. A customer with questions shows them know you are interested in getting their best services from inspection to mechanical repairs. Feel free to ask. Estimates and technical opinions are free.