I know there are some old threads on this, but here's a couple of different takes: Also, as we all know, you can only jack up one side of the car at a time (in the rear anyway). The Lotus Elise on which Roadster is based, however, has additional jack points located in back of the rear axle. There's even a thing called a "Jack Helper" that lets you jack up the whole rear end of an Elise with one jack without removing the rear pan: I looked around, and sure enough, it does look like one could jack up Roadster at those same two jack points (corresponding to two of the bottom pan screws). Here's a pix from my car, with my middle finger touching the screw head that I believe could be a good jack point: To me, it looks like there's attachment to the frame right there, and so that should work. I'm scared to try this, of course. And due to the way the pan slopes, it might be hard to locate things just right, and even then it'd only be good if you had a Jack Helper that was the right dimensions and could sit over the screws and stay located while you jack up, etc., etc. But, I do believe that if you remove the rear pan you could pretty easily jack the car up there - or at least put jack stands there so your jack isn't the only thing holding the car up. Something I may try is to build one of these: Essentially, you jack the car up, remove the wheel, put this in place and lower the brake disc on it. Then you can go jack up the other side.