You apparently doubt that your wrongness can be quantifiable...in a thread in which YOU POSTED A POLL WHICH ITSELF QUANTIFIES YOUR WRONGNESS.
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Quantifiable evidence would be statistics showing that people who drive automatics with two feet have a higher accident rate than those who don't. Or that their average brake life is shorter. ****. It would be nearly anything
other than just pointing to the number of people who think it's more dangerous or inefficient or wrong. What I find fascinating about this subject is that most people feel very very strongly that driving an automatic with two feet is wrong, dangerous, etc, yet other than pointing at all the other people who believe the same as they do, they can't produce any real evidence to support this. It's not a subject I would expect people to be so emotional about, yet comments like "people who do that should be shot" are pretty common whenever the subject is brought up.
There are dozens of studies about the number of accidents caused by pressing the wrong pedal or having a foot slip onto the wrong pedal. All problems directly applicable to using the same foot to operate both pedals. Yet, despite the nearly universal assumption that using two feet is wrong, I'm not aware of a single study actually examining that question. So why the automatic assumption that it's wrong? Seems kinda circular to me.