Traffic rules are for everyone
Mohit was the son of a minister. He would never listen to anyone and do as he liked. One day he was going by his car. He was driving the car rashly. At one crossroad, a traffic policeman stopped him and asked to show his driving license. Mohit laughed and said, “My father is a minister. Now, do you still want to see the license?” The traffic policeman said, “Surely, I do. If you don’t show your license, I will have to call your father and show him his son’s audacity. Now, are you showing me the license, or I call your father?” Mohit was scared. He showed the license and said sorry to the policeman.
Moral: Traffic rules are for everyone.