I have a 2007 Toyota Corolla, and following my GPS, I foolishly drove onto an extremely rough dirt road. There was no way out other than to keep going. My car was flopping all over the place and bottoming out.
Once I made it out, the tire pressure light came on, which I had fixed at Les Schwab. Other than that, my car seems like it's running fine - no additional error lights have come on and no symptoms have appeared. I tried an OBD scanner, and it couldn't find any Diagnostic Trouble Codes.
I feel like I really messed up here, but I'm not sure if it would do any good to take it to a dealer and say "I think I broke it, but I don't know of any actual problems." Are there any additional tests I can do? Would it be okay to just keep driving it and assume that, if something is wrong, I will either experience symptoms or get an error message?