There are certain things in life I would like to own, but I am scared to own them. For instance, I would love to have a boat. It is a lot of fun on the lake. I love a hot summer day and being on the lake in a boat, just as the sun is going down and the temperatures begin to cool. I am afraid to buy a boat, because I don’t want to get stuck on the lake. What does boaters do, when their boat stops working out on the water? It isn’t like you can walk to the nearest gas station. You are left helpless, until you either fix the boat yourself or get a motor mechanic to fix the problem. This is a scary job to repair.
I love motor homes and would love to drive across the country in one. I worry about this breaking down too. You can walk to the nearest gas station, but what are the chances they know how to do a motor home repair for your broken down motorhome? I would think mechanics for these beautiful campers are rare to find. It also takes a special towing vehicle to remove the motor home from the side of the road.
Do you share some of these same fears as I do about repairs? Have you ever passed up on a 50 inch TV or a large screen television, because you knew if it needs repairing, it will be a lot harder to do? I want a giant camper or motorhome with a small trailer carrying my fishing boat around on the roads. I’m just scared my RV or recreational vehicle will need service repairs. Or the boat will leave me stranded in the middle of the lake. How do you over come these fears? To buy the items you want most in life. I’m sure there are others out there too; who share my same concerns. I just wonder if consumers must be brave sometimes?