For decades, Cushman service vehicles operated on a similar basis. However, instead of restarting the engine after the brake is released, you had to depress the accellerator to restart. I don't know the design of those starters, but they would function for years without issue.Not so sure that's going to be so good. It seems that will be kinda hard on starter motors long term......You may be changing them out every 6 months unless they are of the gear down, PM hitork variety like a Tilton starter. That can take repeated engagements like that as it has no brushes.