Until two years ago, I was able to do things without any inconvenience, but an accident forced me to shut myself up at home because everything was taken care of. I needed a car to raise my children, but I had completely given up on it. Reluctantly, I found Nico Drive while browsing the internet. Her husband was in the automobile business, and he pushed her back saying, “I might be able to do this.” To be honest, I wasn’t sure if I would be able to use it, and I was very worried, but I had the courage to take the first step and purchased it. It was really nice. The homepage was very warm and felt familiar. It’s easy, you can challenge yourself to drive without modifying your car, and you’re full of gratitude. I’m still practicing, but I’ve been able to pick up and drop off my children at the hospital and on rainy days, and above all, I’ve escaped from the life of a hikikomori. Why not give a demonstration at a place where people with disabilities gather, or have posters put up at government offices, hospitals, etc.? Keep giving hope to more people!!