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How will Ramadan effect your driving

  • No change, I do not observe it

    Votes: 21 72.4%
  • I will cut down on the hours driving daytime

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • I will drive mostly nights

    Votes: 2 6.9%
  • I am a machine, I can drive while abstaining from food and water

    Votes: 6 20.7%
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· Premium Member
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I’m one of Jehovah’s Witnesses; and as such, Ramadan means nothing to me.

Uber on.

I’ll see you all on Saturday morning when I show up on your doorstep.

· Registered
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LOL sounds good, I hope you're right

You know the motheryaaars will be chilling at home waiting to break fast

I hope, Jshawkat, that you at least stay hydrated. Drink plenty of water at night and avoid drinks with a diuretic effect. Safe driving to you!
Always :)

But Ramadan not allowed to drink any fluids or eat anything while sun is up

Ramadan this year will be longest as it will be 17 hours of no food or drinks

So I can drive 16 hours a day and should pull $600 a day or more :)

· Registered
3,977 Posts
With Ramadan around the corner, how will you manage the fasting and driving?
Since I am not now, and have never been a member of the Muslim religion, it doesn't directly affect me.

But I avoid going to Muslim owned restaurants during the day during the event- they will recognize me as a heathen or infidel if they see me stuffing my face.
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