I have noticed that in the work car park, cars parked rear to curb tend to be driven by nurses whereas those parked front to curb tend to be driven by doctors.
This is interesting. I have never parked rear to curb and can’t work out why you would – it’s a lot more fuss and bother to get in, and you hold up traffic, AND reversing out of a parking spot is a lot simpler than reversing in.
Why is it so? Is this taught at nursing school between “Planning tea breaks 101” and “Where to buy those upside downsy watches from (advanced)”??