Sorry, I do not work directly for Home Depot. I am considered a "handy person". I would suggest calling your Home Depot store you shop at and ask the manager if they know when a shipment is expected. Otherwise you can order from another store to have them ship the edging to your local store for pick up.
There are no instructions, but super simple to install, just dig a trench place the border in and fill in with dirt. It's best to unroll and place in the sun to help flatten it before using. Just makes it easier. You can also YouTube a video!
Ive never actually driven over mine but I would bet you could just given the fact that it's so tough. As hard as it is to cut, driving over it shouldn't be a problem as long as it's buried deep enough. There's no better landscape edging for toughness out there that I know of. If you could drive over this you probably couldn't drive over any landscape edging.
I live in Iowa and have had it in for 3 - 4 years and still looks great.
I would give it 4 stars out of 5. I live in the deep South thus Mother Nature. If you live in a freezer State I think you should avoid this boarder edging. But, my problem is my neighbors. One keeps his boat in the backyard. When he wants to use his boat, he drives over my edging which causes this edging to break where the edger goes from flat to round. The other neighbor lets their grandchildren play with the mulch. The edger keeps the mulch in place.
Sorry i am not sure about what side to install , but my guess would be on the grass side.
use a garden spade to make a long slot / trench into the ground by wiggling it front and back each time you push it in. push this into the slot to the height you want. Drive stakes through it diagonally , especially near the edges to keep it from pulling out. step on the dirt to push it back around the edging. ITs pretty easy and fast unless you have rocks in the way.
Only comes in 40 ft rolls.
We installed this edging more than a year ago and it is still holding up well. However, we are located in the subtropical South, and have no experience with colder climates.