Not all protesters chant and carry signs: in June 2011 a few dozen women in Saudi Arabia defiantly demonstrated with their cars. While driving might not seem that radical, these women risked arrest when they got behind the wheel Saudi Arabia is the last remaining country in the world that forbids women from driving. The campaign was mainly organized through social media and although there was no photo-op gathering, the protest garnered worldwide attention. Though this isn't the first time Saudi women have directly protested the ban a group in 1990 had a similar strategy the latest efforts seem to have made headway. One woman was pulled over by the authorities and instead of arresting her, the officer issued her a traffic ticket.