Skidding cars and fender benders are just a painful reminder of that storm that rattled our viewing area more than two weeks ago.
NewsChannel9's Alyssa Spirato traveled to Lafayette, GA where she found local body shops are still trying to play catch-up from the last storm.
Eddie Caheely has owned Dixie Collisions on Highway 27 for more than three decades. With years of experience comes dozens of trusting customers.
So when the winter storm slammed the area, Caheely and his crew got slammed as well.
"Sometimes we'll work over. Sometimes we'll come in a little early. Just whatever we have to do to get the people out and the cars out," says mechanic Kevin Ross.
So with the snowfall expected to hit Tuesday, it's putting them in a tough situation. They're still patching up a few cars from the storm two weeks ago.
"Trying to get parts right now to fix the cars we had 2 weeks ago. With the weather that's coming on now. We're not expecting parts and delivery for the next two or three days and really slow us down," says Caheely.
No matter how backed up they may be, Caheely says they'll never turn anyone away but they just might have to wait awhile to get their car back because of the demand.
While it not seem like a big deal, those minor snow fender benders can be pricey. Caheely says a simple bump can cost you around $2600 dollars. By Alyssa Spirato