A lot of snow means a lot of work for A&A Towing.
"It's exhausting," owner Buzz Livengood. "First your wearing a huge amount of clothes, twice as many as you'd normally wear, so all movements are restrictive. Then there's a lot normally wear."
Owner Buzz Livengood says they've towed dozen of cars since the snow started.
"We're a lot like a fire department you sit around, you tow this, a little bit of this, a little bit of that and all of a sudden the bell rings and it's all hands on deck," Livengood said.
All of the extra work pays off, the more trucks they have out the more money the business brings in.
"You're typical revenue probably triples for two days, or three days," Livengood.
Even though the snow has stopped, until the roads clear.the work will continue piling up.
"We'll be busy for another three or four days, because the snow melts and there will be mud," said Livengood.