I just came across an article discussing whether or not it's legal to drive when your foot is in a boot or cast, and the answers contained in the article basically led back to this point: it really depends on what your doctor says. With that in mind, let's examine the factors that will help your podiatrist decide if it's safe for you to drive after breaking your foot or ankle.
Can I Drive with a Broken Foot or Ankle?
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