And I’m speaking as someone who didn’t get their license until I was 21 and pretty much forced to.
I don’t care he doesn’t have a license but when you don’t have a license then you take the train, the bus or sign up at school for someone who’s driving that way. You don’t sit around on your butt waiting for her to drive home.
And if you’re going into international relations, do you really want a guy who can’t figure out the public transport system in his own country?
It’s not the license - it’s the lack of flexibility & creativity that should be your first clue to run for the hills.
Tom, Ray, why didn’t you stick to your original advice?