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Joe, I think the PPI is the way to go considering the make and type of car (SUV). Usually the PPI charge is 1 Hr. labor of the shop you take it to. I bypassed this on the last Saab that I bought and paid the price. I live in Virginia (one of the few states that require an annual safety check). I bought my Saab and then spent another $2500.00 passing the safety inspection. By the way, "RUST" is at the top of "no no list". The Lexus has so many "buzzers & whistles" I would take it to dealer or a shop close to the seller that specializes in Lexus. There are a lot of sellers that will hold you to "as, where is". Good Luck
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