Tuesday's snow left many vehicles with traffic battle scars.
Danny Tatrow with Pop a Dent specializes in Small collision repairs, and he's getting a lot of calls from people dealing with the aftermath.
"Yesterday and today as well we had several people calling inquiring about, you know i've got a small bumper repair or i've got just a scratch," said Tatrow.
Those are the same people who kept 911 centers busy yesterday.
Hamilton County 911 Technical Director Seth Graham says where they normally take around 1500 calls a day, they racked up more than 3500 calls on Tuesday.
"The police department and sheriff's departments decided they were only going to respond to priority one calls which would be wrecks involving injuries or if they're impeding traffic. So we had to prioritize that way," said Graham.
Tatrow recommends getting your cars into repair shops soon so you won't be forced to wait
"We even have them to text us photos of their vehicles and we can usually give them a close quote from that to keep them from having to drive in the snow," Graham said.