Because you put your $65,000 toy in your $50,000 toy-hauler fifth-wheel towed by your $80,000 GMC Denali HD pickup and you live in a $850,000 house but don't have more than $1,500 in savings in case of an emergency.
That's my favorite Youtube channel now. He's local to me. In about 30 minutes I can be to the dunes where he recovers all this broken garbage. It's not exactly a glowing advertisement for the durability of UTVs.I've been watching a youtube channel called "Matt's Off Road Recovery" that's ran by a towing company out of Utah that also does off road recovery using (mainly) an XJ Cherokee and a trailer. Basically, this is the guy you call if you're stuck or broken down on an offroad adventure. I know @Blind_Io has opinions about the guy's work and safety precautions, but I still enjoy watching grown men play around in the mud.
Anyway, I keep seeing these two or four-seater ATV:s failing in several ways. Wheels and control arms coming off, transmissions grenading, driveshafts popping out, etc. Some of them don't even have the power to make it up a hill without getting bogged down in the soft sand. "1000 H.O" written down the side sounds cool until you realize it's a 1 liter engine in a vehicle that seats four.
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I have never seen this before, that's really cool!I saw shiny and fairly recent quad cab Chevy Silverado parked on a handicap spot outside the door at the hardware store today. This is considered a BIG truck around these parts, and at first I figured the owner just parked wherever the hell they felt like. Then noticed that the drivers door was open... in a weird way.
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I had seen a guy in an electric wheelchair in the store a few minutes earlier. I guess he might have something to do with the truck.