Driver's License

Although the bar/bat mitzvah is usually regarded within Judaism as the consummate rite of passage, for most American teenagers the real moment of truth is the acquisition of a driver’s license. Teenagers long for this moment; parents dread it. On Ritualwell we offer some meaningful ways to mark this rite of passage as a family and to give voice to both the child’s accomplishment and the parents’ need for safety.

Driver's Prayer

By Rabbi Michael Graetz, Mercaz Shiluv Educational Center of the Negev
A prayer to be recited before or while driving, to remind us of the life-and-death consequences of our choices when we drive   more
Prayer

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