The snow isnt getting in the way for everyone. Body shops around town smile at the sign of snow because it means extra business. Many people are still hiding from the snow. But you can be sure once the snow melts the cars will start rolling in. The snow and ice got a good grip on the back of this truck. "It spun around on the Lloyd and hit the median on both sides. Got the bedside the whole right side on the front," says Estimator Randy Vickery. Storm debris caused the damage on this car. "Something blew across the road and he ran into that and got the number and fender." Weather brings in a lot of work at Mills Body Shop. "Usually people running into the back of each other." That means once the ice thaws from this weeks storm theyre expecting to see "business. More business." They say it really picks up about two days after the storm hits. "It was really slick out there last night." While these guys dont wish scrapped bumpers and dinged up fenders on anyone they know this snow means "Well be fixing a lot of cars." Mills Body Shop says usually they see a lot of tow-ins on a day like today, but that didnt happen so hopefully the wrecks werent as bad. They do recommend if youre coming in for an estimate do it early in the morning to avoid the rush.