When I broke my right ankle and was in a cast for 8 weeks, I did not feel safe driving with my left foot. It was terribly inconvenient for our family to have me unable to drive. We had to endure EIGHT.LONG.WEEKS of my parents staying with us, so they could do the driving for my kids, who are very involved in lots of things. It was a terrible ordeal, but there's no way I could have driven left footed.
I don't think it's technically, but if you cause an accident and get out of the car with a right foot in a cast, you're going to have some explaining to do...and will probably get sued pretty good.
My dad has driven with his left foot, but not instead of his right. He drove with his right foot controlling the gas and his left the brake. He had totally bum knees it hurt for him to try and turn his foot around to touch the brake with his right foot (like excruciating pain in his right knee). Turns out he had no cartilage in his right knee and the bone had worn down enough there was no ball on the knee socket, so I can understand why he drove with two feet.
He never had a problem and if you're driving okay with your left foot, there would be no reason to be cited because you wouldn't have to be pulled over. The end! Anyway, I don't think it's illegal to drive with your left foot instead of your right.
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This area is under construction as my hair type changed and nothing works well for me. I shampoo, I condition and pretty much have done nothing but chuck my hair in a messy bun for the past oh...year? Yeah, I'm that lazy.
No...going no-poo or CG does not work for me. It leaves me overconditioned and oily in a second no matter what I use, so that's not what's not working.