Careem and uber female drivers will begin working with the ride-hailing app from today in Riyadh, Jeddah and Dammam, in the first phase of the programme, which will then be expanded to include other cities in the kingdom.
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Approximately 2,000 Saudi women have already taken part in training sessions conducted by ride-hailing app Careem and Uber operational, safety and technology teams in anticipation of this week’s historic lifting of a ban on female drivers in the kingdom, according to Careem/Uber general manager in the country.
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