For me, Right to Repair has always been the build quality of items that I use on a daily basis. Which given the right knowledge & access to the right parts. You can continue to use that product for a longer time. Thereby the product becomes cheaper to own in the long term basis despite they can be expensive to buy.
Heck, I can even have the option to don't do it myself. Which I can find skilled craftsman or company to do the repairs for me.
This spawned a cottage industry surrounding the product or a brand displaying their care for the customers. Bringing them tons of good will and brand loyalty like some of these great examples are Allen Edmonds Recrafting Services or Red Wings Repair.
This was precisely why I personally own 2 Allen Edmonds dress shoes for that specific reason. Because I could repair these shoes in my own country (Singapore) or ship them back to the US even when Allen Edmonds doesn't sell their shoes in my country.
So what does Right to Repair mean to you?