Has anyone ever driven the Si with steel toes? I'm starting work soon at a place that requires steel toed boots. I dont want to keep a 2nd pair of shoes in the car (everyone at work drives with steel toes but they have automatics). How easy is it?
Yeah, only prob. with steel toe is pedal feel. Although when I was driving my car in traffic with some heavy boots on I went to push the clutch in and skimmed the brake with my left. Needless to say, my neck hurt for about a week from the jolt. Other than that, it is no prob. Oh and you will get use to it.
For my summer job I worked in a window factory and had to wear steel toes. I always carried my regular shoes with me to and from work so I could change into them. I got tired of changing my shoes all the time so I just drove with them on. It's not as bad as you think, very do-able. Like others have said you just loose some feel for the pedals.
steel toe boots aren't bad. A little getting used to but overall, not too bad. Try driving with ski boots on! haha. (i tried it around the parking lot one day, to see if i could haha) (not on the civic)
This is my first post, had to add in. I worked as a mechanic and was backing out some European car with the clutch depressed, got rollin, went to hit the brakes and nothin. My toe had gotten stuck in between the thin pedals and lodged under the brake arm. Hit a car....
I wear steel toe shoes all the time, learned to drive my car with boots, and rarely do I ever wear sneakers. I found it to be no big deal, though I will admit it took abit to get used to the clutch when I did wear sneakers.