If you are asking about the used Car Check report most will show you it. But what you will see is what was fixed. Most techs write down what the vehicle needs and gets it ok'd to get fixed. These are usually items that it needs to pass your state inspection. BUT there is also a part on that sheet of what's recommended by the tech. It's stuff they see that they see that should be fixed.
Most of it doesn't pertain to how the car will run though. In other words mechanical parts. It all comes down the the total $$$ of the over all bill. If the brakes pass, then that might be it. They just pass and may only last another 8 months or so. Even if they are low. Some will give you the report on that also. Letting you know the thickness of your pads, tire tread depth, charge of the A/C and so forth. Good luck... I see that you are in Delaware. A CarFax report are pretty much useless there. Delaware and Ohio do not have to report damaged vehicles. Flood damage and so forth. When I trade a vehicle from one of those states we really gotta dig to get history and rack the vehicle to check over it before trading it.
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