Since October 26 of last year, dozens of Saudi women have taken the wheel, defying the ban on female drivers. It's a movement that, while modest in size, garnered new attention this weekend when Barack Obama came to visit.
There's no official law in Saudi Arabia that bans women from driving. But its Interior Ministry won't issue licenses to women.
When pulled over, women have to sign a pledge saying that they won't drive again.
A second violation means signing another pledge and waiting for a male relative pick them up. Whoever picks them up has to also sign a pledge saying they won't let the women drive.