That seems a little unrealistic, who is really gonna review all those videos??Massachusetts safety inspection is fairly strict. Along with all that you mentioned, the state has several cameras monitoring the inspection... So, the shop I go to performs it to the tee, Big Brother is watching him... He even jacked up the front end to check for tie rod and bearing wear on my brand new 19's initial inspection. He caught that my '03 had a tiny bit of tie rod slop just before I traded it for my '19 Murano, so I got a rejection sticker (it's not legally drivable with a rejection sticker, but I only live a mile from the inspection station.) However, he TOTALLY missed the severe front subframe rot only inches away from where he was jacking up, lucky for me at the time, but bad from a safety inspection standpoint... Luckily I caught it myself about a week later, so I traded it for my '19. It was expensive to repair, about $1500-2000, not worth it for an '03 IMO.