The only time i have driven with two was with a stick shift. Lol!
No... I drive with two hands on the steering wheel and one foot on the gas. :)
I use one foot for gas and brakes.
Two on steering wheel.
One. This isn’t the 1960’s.
It depends on which vehicle I'm driving. When I'm driving my every day truck I use one foot for throttle and brake. When I'm driving my truck with the snow plow I use two. Right foot for throttle and brake and the left foot for the clutch pedal.
When our youngest went to college in 2002, he wanted a "stick" shift. We bought him a Ram truck with a manual transmission.
It was a new truck, and I insisted on regular maintenance.
It is now our back-up truck---incredibly relable even with almost 200,000 miles on it..
But I only use two feet to drive when I am driving that "stick."
Depends on the vehicle. Both my Mustang and my husband's SUV are manual transmissions, so two feet when driving those. My motorhome is an automatic so one foot. Well, to be honest, I often instinctively hit the nonexistent clutch on the motorhome when I brake. 😄
One foot if it's an automatic, two if it's a stick shift.
Same here one for automatic two for stick.
Well, that depends on the kind of vehicle you are driving.
If it is manual transmission, then you will have to use both feet. One for the clutch and the other to alternate
between the brake and accelerator. Otherwise, for automatic cars, you can utilise
only one foot.
Hope that helps!