Maybe this is a strange question, but...
The Quran says that the jinn were created from a smokeless and "scorching fire", but are also physical in nature, being able to interact in a tactile manner with people and objects and likewise be acted upon. (Wikipedia)
It may be that this is not correct (indeed, it's possible my qareen [companion jinn] may have read the Wikipedia page along with me, and done the jinn equivalent of a facepalm, thinking "this is all wrong"). If it is accurate, it seems reasonable to think that e.g. when driving, I might have unwittingly run over a jinn (or maybe many). But maybe that's not how it works.
Question: Could I have unwittingly run over a jinn while driving?
I don't want to be hurting jinn, unintentionally or not.
I know next to nothing about the jinn; I had never heard of them until I converted to Islam a few months back. Googling about the jinn leads to a lot of webpages which seem significantly embellished.
Indeed, it seems that as a species, we don't know much about the jinn. So it may be the best answer to this question is simply "we don't know" and identify how scholars are uncertain or in disagreement about it.