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Road Test Sites near Manhattanville
1. Havemeyer Bronx Road Test Site
Directions – Drive north on the Bruckner Expressway and take the Castle Hill Avenue exit. Turn right onto Castle Hill Avenue and continue until you reach Randall Avenue. Turn left onto Randall Avenue and then take a left onto Havemeyer Avenue at the intersection with Cincinnatus Avenue.
2. Kissena Park DMV Road Test Site
Directions – drive along College Point Blvd. until you reach Booth Memorial Avenue, then turn left onto Booth Memorial Avenue. Continue driving on Booth Memorial Avenue until you reach 164th Street, where you should make another left turn. The road test line will be on your right side, facing Underhill Avenue.
3. Fresh Meadows DMV Road Test Site
Directions – Take the Francis Lewis Blvd exit on the Long Island Expressway, then turn left onto Francis Lewis. After that, turn left again onto 58th Avenue and continue until you reach Underhill Avenue. Once there, park your vehicle on 58th Avenue with a view of Underhill Avenue.
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About Driving in Manhattanville
Once you get your driver’s license, there’s no shortage of exciting places to go to in Manhattanville.
Hamilton Grange National Memorial
Located in Harlem, the Hamilton Grange National Memorial is the former home of Alexander Hamilton, one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. It offers a glimpse into Hamilton’s life and is worth a visit for history enthusiasts.
Grant’s Tomb is the final resting place of Ulysses S. Grant, the 18th President of the United States and the general who led the Union Army during the American Civil War. It is a National Monument and a significant historical site.
This waterfront park along the Hudson River offers beautiful views, walking paths, and green spaces. It’s a great place to take a relaxing drive or enjoy a picnic.
St. Mary’s Manhattanville
St. Mary’s Manhattanville is a historic church that has been serving the community for many years. Its stunning architecture and peaceful atmosphere make it worth a visit.
West Harlem Piers Park
This park spans from 125th to 135th streets along the Hudson River. By driving yourself to this destination, you get a chance to enjoy free Wi-Fi and immerse yourself in the views.
Are you a jazz enthusiast? This historic jazz club is where various great African American blues and jazz musicians once played.
It has shows that run multiple days throughout the week. Drive here on weekends and grab a drink with friends. For added safety, be sure to first take our prelicensing course to learn the relationship between drinking and driving.