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Road Test Sites Near East Harlem
1. Ozone Park Auto
Directions — Line up facing 108th Ave.
2. Astoria DMV Road Test Site
Directions: Via I-278 W
Get on Robert F. Kennedy Bridge from 1st Avenue. Take I-278 W to Astoria Blvd S in Queens. Take exit 5 from Grand Central Pkwy. Continue on Astoria Blvd S to the destination.
3. Havemeyer Bronx Road Test Site
Havemeyer Bronx Road Test Site
Directions: Via I-278 E
Get on Robert F. Kennedy Bridge from 1st Avenue. Take I-278 E to Bruckner Blvd in The Bronx and exit 54 from I-278 E. Take Zerega Avenue to the destination.
Why Choose Pierre Paul Driving School in East Harlem?
Experience detailed driving lessons to ensure you are well acquainted with the knowledge and skills of road safety. It helps eliminate errors that could lead to loss of life or property.
Learn to drive from our highly skilled state-licensed instructors. They develop a plan that suits each learner’s needs and ensures they become safe, competent drivers.
Our flexible lessons allow learners to plan accordingly and prevent schedules from colluding. You can arrange with our instructors to find a suitable time within your program.
We Offer Lessons in Different Languages
We provide driving lessons in English, French, Creole, and Spanish.
About Driving in East Harlem
East Harlem, or El Barrio, as it’s popularly known, is a beautiful neighborhood in Upper Manhattan, New York.
It is a wonderful showcase of Puerto Rican Culture with much to offer locals and visitors. Cubans, Dominicans, Italians, Africans, and Chinese add to the brilliant mix of cultures.
Here are some notable features of East Harlem:
A Cache of Museums
East Harlem has numerous museums and arts centers celebrating, exhibiting, and advancing the area’s rich culture and history. Be sure to visit El Museo del Barrio, the Museum of the City of New York, The Jewish Museum, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, and Carnegie Mansion.
Thanks to the diversity in East Harlem, excellent restaurants and eateries are all over the neighborhood serving delicious dishes. Some famous spots include El Nuevo Carribeno, Effy’s Kitchen, Amor Cubano, and Lex Restaurant.
The Central Park Conservatory Garden
Unwind at the marvelous Central Park Conservatory Garden. It has three European-style gardens – Italian, French, and English. Soak up the lovely atmosphere in the garden with friends and family during weekends.