I was worried about installing and removing it myself, but in the first place, I decided that it was unnecessary to have the car delivered at a specialized factory and modified to the car by Mr. Higashikata’s telephone response. I found it by searching on the Internet (manual control, car), and I got a pamphlet from Nico Drive at the driver’s license center on the road. I bought it about 2 months later. This is because my discharge from the hospital has been extended by two months, and my license renewal has been delayed. Previously, I heard that it was necessary to deliver the vehicle to a factory and modify it to install the driving assistance device, but I heard that there is no such factory in Hakodate. You can’t do anything in Hokkaido without a car. The factory is in Sapporo, but it’s over 250km from Hakodate, so it’s a bit difficult to get there. After using it, it can be used regardless of whether you are right-handed or left-handed, and I got used to it in about 10 minutes. However, when installing, I have a hard time screwing it (because it is installed on the hanging accelerator). When I was in the hospital, I think I would have been relieved if there was information about Nico Drive in the rehabilitation room of the orthopedic surgery.