Yes, if you can acquire driving skills your vision will not keep you from driving.
Dr. Hagen has written on this forum, regarding legal blindness,
"By definition "legal blindness" (20/200 or worse best corrected in best eye) or visual field less than 10 degrees in widest diameter in best visual field is NOT correctable."
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In Texas, we look through a viewer for the eye test. I have little vision in one eye. I passed, because that side of the screen was burned out. LOL
But you could also cover the weak eye. I do not know why you would not pass. It is a vision test, not an eye exam. Many people with one good eye pass the test and have licenses.
There is another side to this. I do not feel capable of driving. But I have a recent loss.You are probably more experienced with using one eye, I am also self-employed and work at home. So I have less need to drive.
I am sure that you have thought it through, about whether it is responsible for you to drive.
BTW, "legally blind" means uncorrectible vision of something like 20/200 or less in both eyes. So you are not legally blind.