No. Absolutely not.
The age of Ijtihaad ended with Khairul Quroon (the three Golden Ages of Islam). No one has the right to extract Ahaadith from the kitaabs and interpret the narrations to conform to their tastes and corrupt opinions.
Then your second posting contradicts your first posting because it said very clearly that Ijtehaad is finished, as usual the wording is inaccurate and left to be interpreted.
Take your PERHAPS, MAYBE Fatwaas and ask the Ulama to write clearly so there is no scope for you to spin and explain their words to the masses. If the Ulama have given you permission and rely on your expertise to explain their words please let us know and we will come to you for explaination in an official capacity.
I live in UK and Ulama in my country permit women to drive with conditions. In our Masajid women drive and come pick up their children, drop them to School with rules of Hijab so I am happy with the situation:
It will be permissible for women to drive cars if there is a genuine need, for example, the husband cannot drive or there is an emergency, there is no danger to the woman, the rules of hijaab are fully observed (which is her whole body including her face besides her hands and feet) and if she is driving without the company of mahrams then it should be within 48 miles.
Only Allah Knows Best
Mohammed Tosir Miah
Darul Ifta Birmingham
During the Jamia Hafsa crisis Maulana Abdul Rashid Ghazi (RA) a few days before being shot down by Pakistani Army gave a TV Interview. In the Interview he was asked if he is against women education and he replied:
My wife teaches at the Madrasah, she D-R-I-V-E-S while doing some chores etc so this is an accusation! and then he explained a few more things
DO NO GOOGLE & listen to that Interview if you live in UK or USA. I am recalling my memory from 2007. To the best of my recollection he mentioned driving!
South African Ulama are of course on another level of Fiqh and Taqwa which they are free to adopt in their own country as long as its not thrust upon us the position of Hanafi Madhab (which this isn't) like many other South African rulings.
This cannot be undone and I am sure it will be greatly appreciated.