The Explanation Of Maqashid Sharia On Drive Thru Service In Islamic Business Ethics
Drive thru is a take-home ordering system or service that makes it easier for customers to take orders home without stepping out of the vehicle. In the economic field, this service provides benefits for both companies and buyers. Meanwhile, from an Islamic economic perspective, it must be seen from the ethics of sellers and buyers in how to implement drive thru transactions. This research uses a descriptive qualitative method with a maqashid sharia literature study. The aim of this research is to find out how drive thru transactions are carried out to increase company turnover which is included as hifdul maal in maqashid sharia. Meanwhile, the buyer has the convenience of owning the goods without leaving the vehicle which is included in the hifdz nafs in maqashid sharia. So this research shows that drive thru system is a halal transaction as long as there are no arguments that prohibit it.