They'll have to wait until June when the ban on women driving is finally lifted.
Activists have lauded King Salman's ruling, but gender equality remains a distant prospect.
Los Angeles, Chicago, and New York City account for 42 percent of pedestrian fatalities.
The National Safety Council estimates 38,300 people were killed and 4.4 million injured on U.S. roads in 2015.
"Whatever joy we lose from piloting our own cars will be more than made up for by increased...safety."
Thanks to a host of ingenious tech tweaks, air travel is light-years better for the planet than it used to be.
Improving economy, lower gas prices among reasons suspected for increase in traffic deaths.
Oregon has found a way to grow its economy while using cars less.
Many still believe they can safely do both at once.
For most parents, a car for their children means both freedom and fear. But a kid and four wheels can make for a deadly combination.
Summoning your car with a word to your smartwatch may no longer become the preserve of silver screen spies