Submitted by albert123 on Fri, 2020-01-17 18:55
I've been driving ICE cars and trucks for 30 years and have muscle memory for the accelerator and brake pedals. But since the 'hold' stopping mode became available last November, I mostly leave my foot in a fixed position over the accelerator and move up and down only. I seldomly move my foot side to side because I rarely need to press the brake. While I vastly prefer this, I wonder if I'm training myself to eventually forget the side to side movement, and then in an emergency to stomp on the accelerator rather than the brake. One pedal driving has not been around long enough to contribute to the supposed unintended acceleration reported against Tesla, but I have to wonder if it will become a factor later on.