P.E.I. experienced one of its first significant snowfall of the season on Saturday, which wreaked havoc on the Island's roads.
RCMP said there were a few minor accidents where cars slid into ditches at the side of the road. They're advising everybody to drive carefully.
The snow flurries blanketing the Island caught some drivers by surprise.
Ingrid Pollard said customers flocked to her tire shop in Charlottetown.
"Panic mode, they need their tires on right now. Like I said, we have been booked ahead now for a week. We are getting low on tires. We're already sold out of a couple sizes," she said.
Pollard said the weekend's snowfall is a wake up call for many Islanders. She said drivers often wait until the last minute to get their winter tires on, but all season tires don't cut it when the road is slippery.
"I love the snow, it's Christmas, so if you don't have your winter tires on get in there and get them on," said Pollard.
Tire shops weren't the only ones cashing in on Islanders desire to drive.
For R.J. LeClair clearing driveway is a golden opportunity. He said he'll make about $200 shovelling on Saturday.
"Lots of the people around here they pay real, real good money," he said.