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Just purchased a 2015 Toyota Corolla, new, only 9 miles. Why would I need to have a mechanic provide a 19 point inspection for a brand new car? I'm trying to understand the logic.

When I started driving for Lyft about 8 months ago - my 2006 Camry had a cursory inspection by my mentor during the initial sign-up process - not by a certified mechanic. What am I missing here? I feel like an idiot going to a mechanic and asking him/her to please inspect my new 2015 Corolla with less than 100 miles, dealer plates and still has the new car smell.

Please help me understand. Even in Texas that doesn't make sense.
 

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Can't understand why a 2015 would need an inspection by a certified mechanic when my 2006 used auto with 90,000 miles didn't require a mechanic's blessing a few months ago when I first started driving. Trying to understand the reasoning.

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