Our team caught up with Aisha to speak about driving in the month of Ramadan. Throughout the month, routines are different for those who are fasting, it's even more important to be mindful of your actions and mentality before getting the behind while when fasting. Together with Aisha, we wanted to talk about the Month Of Ramadan, what it is, the importance it has on many and of course share top tips on things to consider as a driver during the month.
Ramadan is the one of the holiest months in the Islamic Calendar. The beginning and the end of the month of Ramadan are determined by sightings of the moon. The month of Ramadan is considered to be one of the holiest months for Muslims and is marked by a period of fasting, considered one of the five pillars of Islam. For the month, those fasting will have an early morning meal before dawn, known as Suhoor or Sehri and will not eat or drink anything until they break their fast after sunset for Iftar or Fitoor. At the end of Ramadan, those fasting will take time to celebrate Eid-Al-Fitr, also known as 'the festival of the breaking of the fast'.
Watch as we spoke to Aisha about her tip things to consider when behind the wheel this month. As we spoke with Aisha, it was clear that there's many different factors to consider, from the moment you consider to getting behind the wheel to the moment you arrive at your destination. To highlight Aisha's key points ( In no order of importance)
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