Just saw this on the SMH this morning, very tragic. My thoughts go out to the bikers family. http://www.smh.com.au/nsw/motorcylist-dies-after-crash-with-4wd-20101020-16sqg.html It made me curious, being new to Aus, is there an age at where you start getting re-tested every few years for driving licences? Or is it a case of once you have it you can drive forever? Without casting aspersions or blame, the thing that immediately jumps out is that the car driver is 92 years old. I know 93 year olds who are still sprightly, but driving a car is a demanding thing, especially 4x4's with their limited turning radius and blind spots. (I know cos I drive them) Very sad thing to have happened, for both of them.