You can't have driven in Saudi Arabia for one minute if you think women (and anybody else fortunate enough to have a driver) aren't happier sitting on the back seat of a car. I never went to Saudi driving school - doubt there is one, people just buy cars for their kids and let them loose on the unsuspecting populace - but I've observed 3 unbreakable traffic rules:
1. Camels have absolute priority over all other traffic - if the camel wants to stop, step backwards, sideways, sit down and take a nap, or whatever, that's YOUR problem, not the camel's.
2. Always drive at top speed through red lights wherever these are available - criminals may be lurking by the traffic light to kidnap fool tourists, these of course being the only folks ignorant enough to stop on red.
3. Always do a rolling stop on green because of rule 2 above.
Amazingly there aren't many accidents. I don't know why.
However there are many women pilots, as nobody thought to bar them from flying planes, so it kind of all comes out in the wash