Does the TM3 have something similar to the fuel shut off inertia switch in an ICE car that disables the car in the event of a severe enough impact? This gentleman was rear ended and the damage looks to be only cosmetic but he had to wait many many hours for a tow and he mentions something about his 12V going dead. This seems to indicate the HV battery was disconnected much in the same way the fuel in an ICE car is shut off by an inertia switch in a crash. I'm curious as to what happens to disconnect the HV battery. Is this is a software item that de-energizes the HV battery contactors, pyro-fuse, or what?