Over the last two years, no one has escaped the supply chain disruption caused by the COVID‑19 pandemic.
For our part, we've invested several millions of dollars to ensure that we have a good inventory of parts at competitive prices, always with safety as a priority.
As you said, you're from a rural area. Most Canadians don't live in cities like Toronto or Montreal either, and they don't always have access to repair services for certain vehicles. It's critical to think not only about the 491,000 employees of small- and medium-sized rural auto repair businesses, but also about all the Canadian consumers who will have to travel to the city for routine maintenance. You spoke earlier about VIN burning. In Canada, when tires are rotated, sometimes the tire pressure monitoring system needs to be recalibrated, for example after the left front tire is installed on the right rear wheel. This is starting to be more common than you might think. It's inconvenient for the consumer.