Like Array, I just checked my Mopar Maximum Care contract and find no mention at all of any requirement to have the vehicle inspected at 5 years or 100,000 miles. If anyone can substantiate such a requirement, I encourage you to do so in order that we will all be aware.
In reading my contract carefully looking for this (absent) provision, I found another provision that I was not aware of that is beneficial to me as opposed to Mopar.
It greatly surprised me to find that the contract provides that, although I can't transfer the warranty if I sell my car, I can cancel it and receive "the full amount you paid for the Plan, less pro-rata adjustment for time or mileage used, whichever is greater, less a cancellation fee as indicated below. The pro-rata calculation will be based on terms of 7 years or 100,000 miles. After 7 years or 100,000 miles, your refund will be in the amount of $25." Cancellation fees are $75 in most states, lower in a few others. In other words, I read this as saying that, if I decide to sell my Jeep (or otherwise want to cancel my lifetime warranty) after three years and 36,000 miles, I can cancel my lifetime warranty and get back 4/7 of what I paid for it less $75.
2015 granite Limited with beige/black interior, V6, AD II, tow group, luxury group, Alpine 9 speakers/amp, 8.4 with NAV, sunroof, tonneau.