Saudi transport ministry prepares women to drive cars safely

Saudi Arabia authorities announced Tuesday Sept. 26, 2017, that women will be allowed to drive for the first time. (AP)

In preparation to implement Saudi King Salman’s decree allowing women to drive, the Saudi Ministry of Transport invited Saudi Women to its "Safe Driving Environment" forum to test driving simulations using the ministry's smart transportation system.

The Ministry of Transport in Saudi Arabia has provided an opportunity for Saudi women to experience safe driving in preparation for the implementation of the Royal Order in June.

The official account of the ministry invited women via "Twitter" on Saturday (March 10, 2018) to visit their pavilion to attend the "Safe Environment for driving" forum, which is organized at the University of King Saud for female students using the smart system of the Ministry.

The Ministry of Transport has partnered with King Saud University to organize the "Safe Environment for Driving " forum for the first time, which is the largest platform to support women drivers in the kingdom.

Last Update: Wednesday, 20 May 2020 KSA 09:56 - GMT 06:56