The grassroots campaign to break Saudi Arabia's ban on female drivers isn't set to start until Oct. 26. But a lot of women aren't willing to wait that long.
They've already recorded themselves getting behind the wheel in major Saudi cities.
And although a few were stopped by police, many more have been inspired to take to the streets.
Support has poured in from all over the world, and they now have an official song for their campaign.
They've even received support from kids, who are putting out songs like "Let my mommy drive."
So far, Saudi authorities haven't responded to the campaign. Human rights groups say they will have to wait and see whether the kingdom will finally break the world's only ban on female drivers.
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