I hope youcan read there are many more just like this. summary: the accelerator and brake are so close together on my 2008 ford f150 that i have on occasion accidently pressed both the accelerator and brake pedals at the same time while braking. The first time it happened i did not know what was happening. The engine was revving up as i was applying the brake, so i applied the brake harder and the engine continued to rev higher until the truck lurched forward. This caught me by suprise and my foot came off the brake and the engine revved down. I realized that my foot had been on the accelerator the same time it was on the brake. Since that first time, i know that if the engine starts revving while i am applying the brake that i have my foot on both and can angle my foot to the left to remove it from the accelerator while still keeping my foot on the brake. Even so, one time i just missed hitting the car in front of me while "stopping". Ths seems to me to be a dangerous design. When the engine begins revving for "no apparent reason" one tends to panic and steps harder on the brake which makes the problem worse. I think there needs to be a recall on this problem.
Can you recall feet that are too big? Would God be offended? Pushing down the brake and accelerator sounds like a "guy wearing big boots" problem. i had the same problem when I started driving, but due to lack of coordination in my teen feet. Practice makes perfect.
On my F-150, the throttle system averages throttle input and sends that out to the stepper motor that controls the throttle plates. The sense from driving it was a lack of feedback. At one point I did for a moment have the truck accelerating when I slammed on the brakes before the ECU backed off the gas. I didn't think the issue was dangerous, just stupid. My solution was to install a tuner and reduce the dwell on the throttle position to zero. The result is the truck drives normal with good feedback.