I had a ruptured right Achilles tendon, and since I commute to work by car, I was worried about what to do after my sick leave. Whereas it takes 15 minutes by car, it takes more than 40 minutes by bus. There was also a pick-up for my son in kindergarten. I found it by searching for “lower limb disability driving” on the Internet. Since it was a ruptured right Achilles tendon, I wondered if I should spend 100,000 yen for 3 months of use until it healed, and it would be a waste to dispose of it when it was no longer needed. I was. I don’t have to modify the car, so I’ll take it off when the injury heals, and I’d like to give it to my father who has a bad leg in the future. Her husband installed her and it took about 10 minutes. I sometimes adjust it to make sure there is no looseness. For about a week while I wasn’t used to it, I had a squeak when braking, but once I got the hang of it, it’s fine. It was very helpful. If you introduce it at events such as the Olympics and Paralympics, it will spread.