There should be no need. Even with the automatic EPB engaged, once you put the car into reverse or drive, the EPB will disengage as soon as you touch the gas pedal.
From the manual:
Releasing the parking brake automatically
If the accelerator pedal is depressed with the parking brake applied and all of the following conditions met, the parking brake is released automatically. When the parking brake is released, the EPB indicator light in the instrument cluster and the EPB switch indicator light turn off.
- The engine is running.
- The driver's door is closed.
- The driver's seat belt is fastened.
- (Manual transmission vehicle)
- The shift lever is in a position other than neutral.
- The clutch pedal is depressed halfway.
- (Automatic transmission vehicle)
The selector lever is in the D, M, or R position.
If you wanted to, you could cancel the parking brake auto operation using the process found here
, but I think it only cancels it once. When you turn the car on again, the parking brake auto operation is re-enabled.