Stuff like this always happends to me and my cars. I was driving home from work yesterday. I stoped at a light, I was 7-8 cars back. And BLAM some girl knocks into me from behind. She wasn't going all that fast, but it made a preay good "Ta-Wack" noise. Upon investigating further. The bumper cover looks to be completely unharmed. But the styrofoam (or what ever they use under the bumper) is dented underneath, and on one side the bumper cover doesn't line-up perfectly with the rear-quarter pannel (it's off by like 2-3 millimeters). I'll take it to a body shop today to get a profesitional's take on the matter. What needs to be done here to get back to new condition? I assume just replacing the stuff under the bumper cover will fix the cover not lineing up with the quarter pannel, right? I don't think the metal bumper would be bent underneath the cover but I might be wrong.