I am hoping this is the most appropriate location for this question. It has to do with the undercarriage of the vehicle. I have a 2012 Honda Civic Hybrid that my wife thought was fine to drive over a rather large rock in the middle of the highway. Long story short, a piece underneath is damaged that I am looking to replace. Currently I can't get a definitive part number because we have some unusually cold temperatures and heavy rain right now so I can't get under there to take the piece off entirely, however I have some photographs and can describe what it is. Basially, it's a metal plating (appears to be aluminum--very pliable) that is connected to the plastic undercarriage pieces near the front directly in the middle (it's slightly to behind the front axles). Right now it is being held on by one screw. I was thinking the part was 74621-SNC-A00, but it doesn't seem quite right. It's pretty mangled right now so I am most likely just going to have to purchase a replacement (it also tore through the connective hole in the plastic undercarriage on one side so I will probably have to get that part replaced as well). My main question is how safe is it to temporarily drive without this piece attached? Secondly, does anyone know what that part actually is? I have attached a couple photographs below (apologize for quality as I had to snap them after the sun went down since the rain settled for a bit). Thanks for the help.