So, I was filling up the car tonight at a local Chevron... The gas pump's stopper didn't kick in when it filled up and I had gasoline pouring all over the side of the car. Have never seen this happen before so to be honest it wasn't something I was prepared for... Of course I was staring off into space while it filled. (Yes I am sure the nozzle was properly all the way in.) Of course, this meant me washing the entire car at 12:30am because I don't want gasoline eating up my paint, nor do I want the smell or any other problems that come with it. My question is... in regards to the vapor collection system (I don't know the proper terminology). How likely is it that I could have saturated and damaged this system because of this? I don't know if I am talking out of my rear. Just want to make sure there is no further damage this can cause... Also, I am concerned that since the gasoline was actually overflowing... There is no space in the tank for the fuel to expand... Could this lead to further leakage into the vapor collection/sensors whatever? Is there anything I should be concerned about and is it safe to operate without risking any further damage, and/or should I be taking it into the dealer to make sure no harm was done? Excuse the novice questions... Hopefully it's no big deal.