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Other Services Related to Driving Lessons in Midtown
5 Hour Prelicensing Course
Road Test Appointment
Road Test Sites Near Midtown
1. Astoria DMV Road Test Site
Directions: Head southeast on W 42nd Street. Turn left onto Lexington Avenue. Turn right onto E 60th Street. Turn right onto Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge Path. Slight left to stay on Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge Path. Turn right onto Bridge Plaza N/Queensboro Bridge Greenway/Queens Plaza N and follow Queens Plaza N. Continue onto 41st Ave. Turn left onto Northern Blvd. Turn left to 48th St. Turn right toward 49th St. Turn left to 49th St. Turn right onto Astoria Blvd N. Turn left to Hazen St. Turn right, and the destination will be on the right.
2. DMV Road Test Site at Maspeth
Directions: Head southeast on W 42nd Street. Turn right onto 2nd Avenue. Turn left onto E 37th Street. Turn right onto E River Esplanade. Take the Hunters Point South – East 34th St/E River Ferry/Wall Street/Pier 11 – East 34th Street. Turn left toward Center Blvd. Turn right toward Center Blvd. Turn right toward Center Blvd. Turn left onto Center Blvd. Turn right onto Borden Avenue. Turn right onto Review Avenue. Review Avenue turns slightly left and becomes Laurel Hill Blvd. Slight right onto 56th Rd. Turn left onto 43rd St. Turn right onto 55th Ave. Turn right onto 44th St/Locust Street. Turn left onto 55th Avenue. Turn right onto 48th Street. Turn left onto 55th Avenue.
Why Choose Pierre Paul Driving School in Midtown
Certified Driving Trainers
We have enough DMV-certified instructors to take you through the entire course successfully.
We offer our students modern, well-maintained, and insured cars for training and road tests.
Students have different traits and strengths, so it is prudent to take time and plan how best to train each according to those attributes.
We allow our students to choose the best time for lessons and training by scheduling slots at different times throughout the day.
About Driving in Midtown
Midtown is a busy area in the central part of NY’s Manhattan borough. It extends from 3rd Avenue to 8th Avenue and from 34th Street to 59th Street.
Midtown streets are organized in a grid system, making it easier for new drivers to navigate. The 5th avenue is the center of the grid system. As you head off from 5th Avenue, the number of streets increases. As you head further south from midtown, the grid system starts to disappear.
Most avenues in Midtown use names rather than numbers. You, therefore, want to be familiar with them to make navigating around easier.
Midtown Manhattan’s complex parking system is meant to accommodate the over 1.6 million daily commuters. This requires good training to avoid getting tickets for offenses.
Midtown rush hours can be hectic – from 6 AM to 10 AM and 3 PM to 7 PM. However, with proper training, you should be able to suppress your fears and drive responsibly.