Todd Janzen was quoted in article for HowStuffWorks. The article discusses The Right to Repair movement and its implications for agriculture and other industries. Here is an excerpt:
Have you ever tried to work on your own car and run into roadblocks? Maybe parts weren't available at all (or they were ridiculously expensive). Perhaps you couldn't find the information you needed to do a fairly simple repair, even with the internet at your fingertips.
Make no mistake. That was all by design.
Auto manufacturers were deliberately blocking access to information, parts and tools that give owners the ability work on their late-model cars. Why? To ensure car owners had fewer choices for taking their cars for repairs. This has real implications for do-it-yourselfers.
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