- Go back to NZ and resit my licence. When I first got my drivers licence Henderson didn't even have traffic lights and knowing that the speed limit over railway tracks was 15mph was important. Anyone who's ever hit the tracks at the end of Railside Ave in the old days will know why..........
- Take 20-40 driving lessons here (What will I learn? How to drive on the hard shoulder? How to cut people off? How to make left turns out of the right hand lane?) and then sit for the driving test; or
- Take Australian citizenship then apply for an Aus passport so my passport and licence are both from the same country which, apparently, makes me a far better driver.
So the most logical thing is to take the Aus citizenship. I want to be able to vote there and I regard Australia as my home and the Sydney Swans as my team. I can have dual citizenship so I don't have to give up my NZ citizenship, that just ain't happening any time. So at the moment I can't legally drive here not even on an international licence. This drives me totally nuts. I drool at the passing parade of local SS's and think "One day you shall by mine, my pretty". Colin just rolls his eyes and shudders.