Canadian Tire is a laggard when it comes to EV adoption. I get that EV's are still relatively niche, but they could at least make some effort to keep up. It shouldn't take a marketing genius to make the connection between EVs and higher disposable incomes. I digress. Anyway... despite my own concerns, my car went to Canadian Tire (Lakeshore East, Toronto) this morning for a minor service more out of convenience than anything. Since it was going on the lift regardless, I requested they rotate the tires. I recently surpassed 10,000km in the first 10 weeks of ownership, and it was going to be a convenient time to do so. I coached them over the phone yesterday while booking the appointment, and this morning in person, regarding the lift points on the car, explaining just how important it was to lift it correctly. They were completely sure it wouldn't be an issue, despite my concerns. It was an issue. They called me mid-morning to say they can't hoist the car. They explained it as a combination of the points being too far apart, and the car being too wide. I suspect it's more the former than the latter, since they would often service plenty of wider vehicles. I have no idea if this affects all Canadian Tires or just ones of this vintage.