Excellent question. I wasn’t concerned about the front even though I probably should be, but I am interested in how the rear is jacked up. I had assumed there would be a lift point, even if hidden under the removable skirt / panel. Which is not ideal but likely workable. The fact lifting the vehicle for service has not been considered and the solution implemented already I find down right scary. I don’t agree the ability to be lifted by current commercial automotive lifts is required. A common floor jack and points for jack stands even with an adapter would be sufficient, even if it did up the labor charge slightly. I say this not fully knowing what access is required under the Aptera in order to service one. There certainly would be no oil changes, exhaust work, transmission, or differential service required so suspension, wheels, tires, brakes, electrical, and skirting seems to be what remains.