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Being a Female Driver, Saudi Arabia

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Women aren’t permitted
to drive on most public roads in Saudi Arabia. In fact, they’re not even
permitted to ride bicycles. There are people who flout this law, to be sure.
And a lot of women drive on private roads within residential colonies.
Nonetheless, if Madame cares to take the Studebaker for a joyride along the King Fahd Road in Riyadh, she should be prepared for the consequences.

Penalty: Arrest and possible
deportation.

World's Strangest Traffic Laws

Being a Female Driver, Saudi Arabia

Women aren’t permitted
to drive on most public roads in Saudi Arabia. In fact, they’re not even
permitted to ride bicycles. There are people who flout this law, to be sure.
And a lot of women drive on private roads within residential colonies.
Nonetheless, if Madame cares to take the Studebaker for a joyride along the King Fahd Road in Riyadh, she should be prepared for the consequences.

Penalty: Arrest and possible
deportation.

AFP/Getty Images

World's Strangest Traffic Laws

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