HL drives with Renesas (Offset correction of +667 samples/2668 bytes) can not overread into lead-out, only into lead-in. That is worthless (At first) for a drive with a positive offset correction. So your drive potentially can miss that amount of samples at the end.
However (Relatively speaking), few discs which I have ever seen have non-null samples at the very end of disc. In my collection, the only disc which requires a drive with overread into lead-out (Or a drive with negative offset correction, such as a Toshiba SD-M1702) in order to read properly the last track is Alien Trilogy for PC.
In a few of ( Very rare) cases, you could verify the lead-in (Actually pregap of track 1) and lead-out sections (If you drive can), and tweak the offset correction value to read properly the whole disc.
I have this particular CDDA to clarify my statement:
-In many CDDAs, there are a large margin of zeroed sectors before music starts. This CDDA is different, music starts at LBA -1 (According to my HL with Renesas drive and Isobuster´s sector view, which doesn´t performs offset correction), before of LBA 0. Using the standard value of offset correction drive misses the music start (586 samples at LBA -1, 588 samples at LBA 0 and 79 samples at LBA 1), so I have to use a non-standard value of -586 (Negative) samples in this particular CDDA: -588 samples of a full sector + 2 first null samples at LBA -1:
A positive offset correction value delays the start of disc the specified amount of samples (588 samples=Full sector)
A negative offset correction moves forward the start of disc.