They’ve already recorded themselves getting behind the wheel in major Saudi cities.
Indomitable Layla Al Otaibi drove down major highway in Riyadh today! Ù„ÙŠÙ„Ù‰ Ø§Ù„Ø¹ØªÙŠØ¨ÙŠ ØªÙ‚ÙˆØ¯ Ø¹Ù„ÙŠ Ø·Ø±ÙŠÙ‚ Ø§Ù„Ù…Ù„Ùƒ ÙÙ‡Ø¯! http://t.co/nECGbjDI0D
And although a few were stopped by police, many more have been inspired to take to the streets.
Hatoon AL FASSI
Saudi Women speak and act: Collective video documents #Oct26driving Saudi, Change http://t.co/WdEB4esUx6 @musawah @DaisyKhan @ShaistaGohir
Solidarity from Minnesota. Go women drivers, go! #oct26driving #women2drive @w2drive @manal_alsharif http://t.co/YqVgXvgSxc
#Oct26Driving , to show my support I will learn how to drive stick shift today :) ,Vamo arriba Mujeres
My adorable nephews supporting the cause! @Saudiwoman #oct26driving #women2drive @oct26driving @speedsisterfilm
Speed Sisters Film
The Speed Sisters racing team fully supports our #Saudi sisters!! Freedom to drive!! #women2drive #oct26driving