Being stuck in traffic late Friday afternoon. Getting pulled over by a cop. Needing a coffee at a rest stop that does not have disposable cups.
If you live in modern-day times and have a driver’s license, chances are that you are familiar with these types of “driving dilemmas.” And now, we are presenting you with a practical way to find solutions to all of these scenarios.
Code for the Road, by noted author Rabbi Avrohom Bookman, is a handy and helpful manual that will provide you with the knowledge and know-how of halachically correct driving practice. Small enough to fit in your glove compartment yet comprehensive enough to include a whole lot of practical information, Code for the Road is an indispensable guide when it comes to the Torah’s perspective on basic driving and parking rules, the halachos of yichud in a car, brachos, and tefillas haderech, solutions to many driving dilemmas, and much more.
So whether you’re en route on a quick drive to the grocery store, or a long road trip, be sure to pick up a copy of Code for the Road before starting out!
Click HERE to purchase this book – Israel Book Shop!