“Expertly engineered to keep your two feet as comfortable as possible while navigating the road on four wheels, the car shoe was the footwear equivalent of the Italian auto spirit, marrying luxury with practicality.” Jake Gallagher
In addition to protecting the shoe itself, the driving loafer will bring you into the fold of the cognoscenti. Indeed, with a proper pair of driving loafers, one may be identified as a gentleman motorist with nary an automobile in sight. The Gentleman Motorist is partial to the Prada Logo Driver, but he also admires Tod’s Gommino Driving Shoes in suede. But don’t be intimidated, dear readers, Steve Madden and Clarks both offer respectable driving loafers for less than $100.
Suffice it to say, driving shoes are a must for gentlemen (and perhaps lady) motorists. After all, they are feet tires.
 The Gentleman Motorist does not endorse theological discrimination or persecution. Or, come to think of it, hereditary monarchies. But history is written by the victors, chaps.
 The other guy from Wham!.
 This example is based on drivers of automobiles with automatic transmissions. If your automobile has three pedals, both heels will be worn.