In order to avoid temptation, the Amish and Mennonites use Tractors with Steel Wheels.

Amish and Mennonite farmers often use huge steel wheels on their tractors and other agricultural equipment in rural areas of the United States. 

 In lieu of standard pneumatic tyres, these unusual wheels follow religious laws. 

 Many Amish and Mennonite communities employ contemporary technology, but with stringent rules about how it may be used.

Congregations vary, but the majority of them oppose the vehicle in its entirety.

 Because of the isolation that comes with only being able to go by horse, buggy, or foot as a mode of transportation, it is claimed that communities that forgo automobiles tend to be more cohesive.

One of the reasons for restricting the use of phones and other communications technology is the intrusion from the outside world.

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