csriram45 wrote:Also did you have to get the high voltage system unplugged or since it was the bumper that was not required?
I wasn't there to see what they actually did when the repaired it, but I am fairly sure they didn't power anything down. It is in interesting question though - what level of repair would trigger a shop to disconnect the battery? Possibly most shops wouldn't even realize that they should do such a thing even if the repairs were substantial. I bet it will be a learning process in the future, hopefully without any high voltage incidents along the way.
By the way, I had seen videos of gas cars under repair catching on fire from welding and/or smoking near the vehicle when gas fumes were present. You have to be diligent of the energy stored in a vehicle when working in or near the energy storage system.