If HMOs Had Control of Our Cars
Your kid wouldn't be able to drive your car after age 21.
While making increasingly exorbitant car payments each month on your rapidly depreciating car, you'd still have to cover the first $8000 of any repair or maintenance plus pay $30-50 for every estimate.
Mechanics would refuse to make certain repairs on the assumption it's an unnecessary procedure.
You'd be limited to how much repair work you could put into your car each year.
Garages could refuse to work on your car if you don't give them 24 hour's prior notice, even if you got into an accident.
If it's determined your car is too costly to fix, the garage would tow it to the inner city and leave it there.
Bean counters with no automotive repair training would be second-guessing ASE-certified mechanics.
To put it simply, it doesn't make any sense to leave the existing health care system the way it is, as the Republicans would have you believe.