How to Drive a Car, Part 2 of 4

Part 2 of 4: Getting the Basics Down Always start your car with your foot on the brake. When you turn it on, a car will move forward automatically if your foot isn’t on the brake. With your foot on the brake in starting position, you’re ready to start...

How to Drive a Car, Part 1 of 4

Learning how to drive is a lot easier than it looks. It looks intimidating from the passenger’s seat, or in the movies, but once you get behind the wheel and gently put your foot on the pedal, the process becomes very intuitive. If you’re a defensive...

What Does a Lab Courier Do?

The pick-up and delivery of medical records, test results, images, specimens and pharmaceuticals among labs, clinics, hospitals and medical offices is the job of a lab courier. The job requires flexibility, reliability, organization and a good knowledge of the local...