TULSA - Despite a bumper crop of fender benders, area body shops haven't seen a huge rush from customers needing auto repairs -- at least, not yet.
KRMG checked with Danny Myers at one of the city's leading shops.
He says they've seen a small increase in business, but in his experience a lot of people wait until after the weather turns nice before they work on getting their cars repaired.
He did say, however, that business overall has been very good.
The reason? All the construction zones in town.
"It seems like every time they tear up part of the town, we see an increase in traffic," he told KRMG.
He also offered some advice for people who get involved in non-injury wrecks.
During inclement weather, it's normal for TPD to go on "Slick Streets," meaning they respond only to those non-injury incidents.
However, he says, if you go to get the other person's information and they don't have proof of insurance, you should go ahead and call police.