Yes, I'm an idiot. I rubbed up against a wall causing damage the to the paint in the rear as well as on the rear bumper. (See photo). I went by some highly rated body shops today to get a couple of quotes and to discuss with them. In order to fix the rear bumper they'll need to remove it? Correct? That's what one shop said. The other didn't mention but I assume they would need to as well. He said he would remove it but not disconnect the sensors. Is this easy for them to do? I don't know how the sensors are placed in the bumper so I'm worried that if one gets out of whack during their process it could screw up AP or anything else the sensors are used for. Should I be worried or just trust these guys who, as mentioned, are highly rated, do good quality work and have many years of body shop experience? Also, should I ask for something in writing that if it does screw up AP that they are responsible. If that is even possible.