Peruzzi Collision Center

Peruzzi Collision Center Provides Collision Repair This Winter


Fairless Hills, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/02/2017 -- Drivers who are in need of collision repair in Levittown, PA this fall are encouraged to keep the number of Peruzzi Collision Center with them once the colder temperatures arrive.

The auto body repair shop has seen firsthand the damage that fall and winter can cause to Pennsylvania's roads and wants to advise residents to keep themselves safe during snowstorms by being aware of how the highways and backgrounds of the state are affected by these major storms.

This winter season has the possibility of bringing a lot of snow and is anticipated by the Farmers' Almanac, which is predicting a wet and snowy winter all across the country. They are projecting more rain this winter than snow in Pennsylvania. These conditions can lead to increased potholes and damage to roadways, which can turn into a nightmare for cars and trucks.

The Farmers' Almanac isn't predicting only bad news for Pennsylvanians but they are also predicting that temperatures will be warmer than usual. Similar to last winter, people all across Pennsylvania can expect a mild winter for the second year in a row. In addition to crashes caused by snow and icy roads, accidents are commonly caused by low visibility as a result of heavy rain.

Residents who have been in a collision or traffic accident and are searching for a professional auto body repair shop in Levittown, PA are encouraged to contact Peruzzi Collision Center for all of their repair needs for this upcoming winter. This auto repair shop can be reached by calling 215-375-7929.

About Peruzzi Collision Center
Peruzzi Collision Center is an auto body and mechanical repair shop located in Fairless Hills, PA. The shop's services include dent repair, wheel repair, collision repair, upholstery repair, auto glass repair, and much more. Peruzzi Collision Center does work for anyone in need of their services, regardless of insurance provider. Furthermore, their technicians are I-CAR certified, assured performance certified, and they use state-of-the-art service diagnostics equipment.

Learn more at