Anyone ever use a U-Wrench self serve shop? There is one in Calgary I used last week. They will rent you a hoist to lift your vehicle. This is up the Calgary, Alberta, Canada. It is not part of a chain or anything. To address liability issues you have to read and sign a short liability sheet and sign it. Anyone helping you has to do the same. I'm not sure if that liability sheet would work in most States in the US. Anyway, it's first come first serve. It opens at 10:00 AM everyday, 11:00 on Sundays. With the present Covid issues, you have to wear a mask while inside the building. You wait outside the door and a guy comes out and talks to you to ask what repairs you are doing that day and assigns a bay to you. He then guides you in to the bay and you park the car, turn off the ignition, but leave the keys with the car in neutral and the driver's side window open. They position the car, set the lift legs, and get it off the ground. They show you how to use the controls and you are good to go. You operate the lift up and down as required. They charge $35 per hour ( about $26 US per hour). If you you don't finish the job by 5:00 PM you can leave it overnight. You can also rent an acetylene torch and a few types of welders. They also provide air hoses and you can rent an impact wrench or bring your own. There is a separate section for body work. Advice is free, and also a few free-lance mechanics are available. www.U-Wrench.ca Here is a pic of my 2005 Taurus on the hoist. Enjoy.