Yup, ER techs don't have to drive. However, for these positions, they usually require about a year of experience as an EMT. Unfortunately, from what I've seen it might be hard to find a job where you will not have to drive. Companies usually have a physical test requirement. Also, as an EMT, that would be very unfortunate since that means your partner would always have to drive (worse if your partner is a paramedic, I don't think that would be happening)Yes, as an ER tech. If you have medical volunteer experience then I would imagine it making up for the lack of ambulance experience; especially if the medical volunteering you've done is in the same hospital you're seeking a job in.