Reflection on Driving Lessons at Saudi Driving School
Last year, on June 24, Saudi Arabia announced in a royal decree read live on state television that women are allowed to drive. Allowing women to drive in Saudi Arabia is considered to be a major step forward, not only socially but also financially, since it is expected to reflect positively on the Kingdom’s economy and Saudi families’ spending power and habits. However, Saudi leaders also hope the new policy will help economy by increasing women’s participation in the workplace. Many working women in Saudi Arabia spend much of their salaries on drivers. As a result, I took 30 hours of driving lessons at Saudi Driving School. The paper has to follow (Reflection Guidelines) and show that it is written based on deep analysis and understanding of personal development and how driving lessons experience reflected positively on my lifestyle as an employed female. Saudi Driving School website: https://sds.pnu.edu.sa/sites/SDS_En/Pages/SDSHomePage.aspx For more details and clarification on (Reflection Guidelines), you are kindly requested to read the guidelines document that will be uploaded.