WELLLLLLLLL I would take the vehicle to the dealer and let them check it out. Why you ask? I am glad you asked
My sister was in her Geo Metro, she drove 140 miles a day for work, and she slid in the snow and got hit by a full size Blazer. She called me first thing at the scene to help her. I arrived at the scene and she was ok. What suprised me then but not now is the cop was going to allow the guy in the Blazer to pull her out of the ditch and let her drive the car. I told them, VERY NICELY I MIGHT ADD, that we would prefer a tow truck and I would take her home in my vehicle. The cop said that was not going to happen as it would take a few minutes and everyone would be on their way. I refused and said no, I was not comfortable with her driving it. The cop said if I didnt shut my mouth he would arrest me! Well of course I didnt shut my mouth and refused to let her drive the car. It was 6:45 am his shift was over at 7 am, we see why he was in a hurry. Well finally he said fine he called a tow truck.
Guess what, the tow driver said it was lucky we didnt drive, the frame had a crack in it and was just hanging by a small piece of metal. The gas tank split at the seam and was wide open. I asked him to explain that to the officer. The officer then actually apologized and admitted he wanted to just end his shift.
The insurance company did total the vehicle. I just wanted to let you know that yours may not be totalled but it is worth just looking at it by a pro.
You know why you got rear ended don't you? They were saying to themselves, "WOW THATS ONE OF THOSE NEW WRANGLERS"