It’s obvious to group similar interests together on your resume in order to make finding what a client wants to see easy on their eyes. Sports are listed around other athletic interests. Languages and accents are listed together. So where do you put those things that don’t really have a grouping?
These things belong at the bottom of your special skills section. They might include drivers license, manual transmission, valid passport, etc. If it doesn’t fit anywhere else, it’s appropriate to list it at the end.
On a side note, do you have a valid passport? If you don’t, it’s easy to apply for one and will again narrow your field of competition. The industry moves fast and when a talent is needed to shoot something abroad, why not be in the pool of available talent considered? No passport means limited opportunities – and what better way to see the world than doing what you love without paying a penny to get there?