For all of you EMTs out there, I have a ridiculously stupid question to ask, so please bear with me while I ask it. Is it possible to work for any EMS or ambulance service without ever driving? I DO have a driver's license and a perfect driving record, without any tickets. But my perfect driving record is misleading, as I hardly ever drive (I don't have a car) and when I do, it's at a maximum speed of 25 mph (even on freeways). In addition, I live around a large metropolitan area known to be the worst driving cities in the nation, which is why I don't have a car. I'd like to get some experience as an EMT, though, because it seems like an in-depth way to get exposed to medicine. Will I have to get over my fear of car accidents and start driving at normal speeds if I decide to work for the local EMS? Can I request that I never have to drive?