I started driving my car after a day of very heavy rain, and discovered an inch or so of water on the floor of the back seat - apparently I had parked on top of the (insufficient) storm drain. Looking at the car closer, it's fairly apparent that because of the angle I was parked at, the water got high enough to get under the back doors, without getting so high as to do the same in front, or at least not so badly.
We've already vacuumed up the water and soaked up what else we could, but what else should I do, and in what order?
I figure that I should have a mechanic check it out to make sure that everything is mechanically OK - it drove me home just fine, but that doesn't mean I should check it.
I don't think we're going to be able to totally dry it out on our own, so I figure it will probably also need to go to an auto detailer for a more thorough cleaning, and the sooner the less chance there is for mildew.
And finally, I probably ought to file an insurance claim, but I don't know if that's something I ought to do right away, or wait until I have the respective bills to see how it compares to my deductible.
Is there anything I'm missing? If not, what order should I do these in?