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Waffles, you are confused about what what must be reported in a Carfax. Nothing must be reported to Carfax. Carfax does it's own research through public records. Police reports of accidents are transferred into a database for statistical research by the NTSB, Insurances and anyone else that have use for it.

All licensing transactions and title changes go through each states department of licencing data bases. Insurance companies report totaled vehicles to licensing departments so the titles can be tagged as such. If a totaled car is purchased back by the owner, the title is marked "salvage." If a car is sent to scrap the company recycling the vehicle must obtain the title and file a notice of destruction. Parts yards must file with licensing.

A Carfax report is only as good as the info available in public records. If a car is in an accident and no police report is filed and repairs are handled by the owner... there is nothing for Carfax to find.

To be blunt, service has nothing to do with whatever third party warranty is used to CPO a vehicle. There are service records for this rig...with whomever did the services and charged the owners.
 

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Angelo, dealers ONLY cover the factory base warranty. Dealers have nothing to do with after market warranties. CPO is NOT covered by LRNA
 
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