Collision Centers See Spike In Customers As Winter Weather Moves In

Monday, February 8th 2021, 5:16 pm
By: Mike Glover


At Collision Works in Oklahoma County, this is never a place you want to be in. Unfortunately after the weather like Monday, this place is a hot spot.

Every time winter weather hits, multiple crashes are reported.

Even though it increases business at Collision Works, manager Teague Sullivan said this isn’t something they live for.

"We know it’s not a fun place to come. We know that customers don’t necessarily want to come here because they’ve been involved in an accident, but we want to try and make that as painless as possible in any way that we can," Teague said.

They know every customer hates being without their vehicle. However in these weather events, it’s important to remember they are doing everything they can to get the vehicles repaired timely and correctly. 

"You know it’s a lot easier to fix a vehicle than to fix a person, so as long as their doing OK, we can take care of the rest, and get that car back on the road for them and get them where they need to be," said Teague.

With winter weather expected to stick around, take things slow so you can avoid repair shops places.