Driver's Foot is pain or discomfort in your foot/ankle due to using the accelerator pedal a lot. Here is one reference: http://www.painful-feet.com/symptoms/foot-pain-from-driving/ I'm curious if any other drivers have developed chronic pain or discomfort in their right foot since starting to drive a Tesla Model S. In my case, I thought I was developing a mild case of plantar fasciitis - but ONLY IN MY RIGHT FOOT. I didn't really hurt while I was driving, but it was noticeable quite often when I was walking around with no obvious connection to when I had been driving. I would have ignored it except that I've seen how debilitating full-on plantar fasciitis can be and being a physically active person, I was totally paranoid that it would get worse. I did all the home treatments and went to a doctor, massage therapist, and even acupuncture. Didn't get better but didn't get worse either. The odd thing was that even though the location of the pain was consistent with plantar fasciitis (the bottom of the foot - especially the arch), the symptoms were worst at the end of day. Normally with PF it is worst when you first get out of bed in the morning and it loosens up as the day goes on. This got me thinking, the symptoms kind of started after I took delivery of my Tesla about 4 months ago. Prior to that, I'd never had any foot problems. And it was only my right foot. My theory is that the "max regen / one pedal driving" may be the cause since it requires constant pressure on the accelerator and fine adjustments when you want to slow down gently - especially in city driving. Another factor is the seat is lower and my legs are more straight out in front of me (my previous car was more like sitting in a chair) thus putting more pressure on the back of my heel. One doctor said that even though the pain is in the bottom of the foot, the culprit could be a tightness in the tendons behind the heel or heel spurs. I've turned off max regen so I just let go of the accelerator and coast & brake when approaching stops. I'm playing around with the seat adjustment and trying to be more aware of what part of my heel is resting on the floor. I thought about simply not driving the Tesla and trading cars with my wife for a week or two but that was going too far :wink:. Interested to hear if anyone else experienced something similar.