Driving rules and religions

All religions have the principle that walking on public roads and riding a vehicle is permissible on condition that the pedestrian guarantees the safety of others. ۔
Consider! If a person breaks the signal and drives the vehicle forward, or he leans against the vehicle in front where it is forbidden to do so. Apparently this is a minor irregularity but in reality there are four major sins in this minor act.
1- Breaking the law 2- Breaking the promise 3- Harassing someone 4- Misuse of road
We are committing this sin day and night without any difficulty and we never think that any sin is being committed against us.
Apparently driving is a job about which the common man does not even think about what religion instructs us about this job. The principle in this regard is that it is permissible to walk on public roads and ride a vehicle with the guarantee of others to avoid any work which may cause inconvenience or danger to another person.
It is also important to take care of these issues while driving so that we can save others from harm.

  1. Walk comfortably on the road where water etc. accumulates so that unclean water does not fly and fall on the clothes of pedestrians or cyclists, motorcyclists. In this way they will suffer and sometimes their clothes will become unclean.
  2. Check things like gasoline, brakes, clutches, indicators before putting your car on the road so that you or others do not get in trouble. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. …


  1. I’m a bit confused by your post.
    I think you are saying that all religions teach us to obey the laws of the region in which we live.
    Is that what you were getting at?

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