What about the women having acess to a car? What if these women have male relatives that won't give them a car or money to buy a car? Will a woman who does have the money be turned down or arrested if she shows up at a car dealership?
"They still can't drive them, but now they can sell them. Saudi women who want to buy a car can now go to an all-women showroom in Riyadh where, for the first time, other women will wait on them, help them choose the car that suits their lifestyle and answer questions about horsepower, carburetors and engines. But neither the saleswomen nor the female buyers can take the car out for a test drive because women are still banned from driving here - though, surprisingly, they have for decades been allowed to own cars. Almost half the cars in Saudi Arabia belong to women"http://www.jpost.com/Midd...ast/Article.aspx?id=43408