Hitching a ride in Israel is easy thanks to designated hitchhiking spots called “trempiyadas”, located at almost every intersection. While pretty common across the country, they can be hard to find in and around Tel Aviv. Many trempiyadas are also bus stops, so if you don’t get picked up by a driver, you've got a ready-made backup plan lined up.
Obvious tip you should know but probably don't always follow when traveling: If you want to increase your chances of being picked up (on the road or at the bar), be sure to shower and dress like someone you’d want to
sleep ride with; no one wants to do someone a favor when it means stinking up their car.