Should I reject a car without a full service history?

I am looking to buy a 2018/2019 Volvo V90 and have noticed that a large number of models from this period have incomplete service history with the first service not being carried out until around 34,000 miles - close to double Volvo's recommendations. I'm assuming that this is due to closure of garages during covid. I have been rejecting anything that hasn't had the first service carried out in line with Volvo's schedules. Should I continue to hold out for a model with a full service history?
You are likely correct that this is due to Covid, although it could also be vehicles used by fleet/company car users who aren't scrupulous with servicing. It would be wise to hold out for one with less of a discrepancy.
Answered by Lawrence Allan on

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