Saudi University will open driving school for women
The Princess Vivek University in Riyadh, the largest institution of higher education for women in the world, said in a tweet that it "is prepared for the setting up of a driving school in consultation with the relevant authorities".
The International Department of the Saudi Ministry of information notes that this was the first time since the signing of the Royal Decree last Tuesday evening by King Salman.
The historic decision of the Kingdom would have a significant economic impact, since it should strengthen the employment of women, as well as sales of cars, according to experts.
Automakers, such as Nissan, Chevrolet and Ford, hurried to the Saudi women to congratulate and welcome them in the car world, Saudi Arabia can count over the next few years millions of new drivers.