Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
Can you drive a car with a torn ligament on the foot?
May 12, 2012 2:13PM
Yes. If left foot, should be no problem. If right foot, check pain levels and strenght when braking using right foot. If you can't manage it, brake with left foot. Try to avoid driving with two feet. Driving with both feet is a problem for the elderly and is the leading cause of unintended acceleration, because they sometimes press both pedals at the same time and can press both too hard and the accelerator