We had a collision in our 2016 XC60 the other day. It was stop and go on the interstate and a guy swerved over in front of me then the person directly in front of him had to slam on their brakes so I ended up hitting the guy in the rear. The damage was all around the right front headlight and really isn't that much damage. The bumper is cracked, the headlight is cracked, and the hood is crinkled a bit. However the driver air bag deployed (nobody was in the passenger seat) and the Volvo equivalent of On Star came on and called the police to the scene. I couldn't start the car to get it off of the interstate. The Volvo emergency agent said that it wouldn't start after an accident. However after looking at the owner's manual it looks like if you remove the key, open the door, then get back in and try to start it, then it should start it. The only thing I remember seeing in the instrument cluster was the check engine light, but lots of stuff was going on and I may have missed other messages. The problem is that the car is now 1.5 hours away from home and I wonder if it will start. I don't want to go all the way over there and not be able to start it. Has anyone else had experience with this?