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Road Test Sites Near Two Bridges
1. Kissena Park DMV Road Test Site
Direction – Drive on College Point Blvd until you reach Booth Memorial Avenue. Turn left onto Booth Memorial Avenue. Continue along Booth Memorial Avenue until you reach 164th Street. Make a left turn onto 164th Street. You’ll find the road test line situated on the right side of 164th Street, facing Underhill Avenue.
2. Whitestone Road Test Site
Direction – Drive south on the Cross Island Parkway until you reach exit 35. Turn left at the traffic light. At the road’s end, make a right. At the upcoming intersection, turn left. The queue forms alongside the shopping center parking lot.
Why Choose Two Bridges Driving School?
1. Friendly Instructors
Our instructors are friendly to our students. This makes them note our students’ difficulties when driving.
2. Comprehensive Training Packages
We offer comprehensive training packages that give you everything you need to pass your driving tests easily.
3. Systematically Arranged Lessons
Our lessons are systematically arranged to enable our students to understand various driving concepts quickly.
4. High Success Rate
We take immense pride in having a success rate of 97 percent.
Must-Drive to Hidden Gems In Two Bridges
After completing your driving lessons in Two Bridges and have a driver’s license, it’s time to go on trips. Start by visiting these spots:
1. Brooklyn Bridge
This bridge is used by more than 120,000 vehicles across its six lanes, 3,000 bikes, and 4,000 pedestrians daily. It is one of the most photogenic spots in New York City. By driving yourself to this bridge, you can get spectacular views of Two Bridges.
2. Manhattan Bridge
The bridge is the second world-famous bridge in Two Bridges. It typically runs over the East River. By driving yourself to this destination, you can enjoy a great view over the skyline and the Brooklyn Bridge.
3. Tenement Museum
The museum typically celebrates the enduring stories that strengthen and define what it means to be an American. It tells the stories of several working-class tenement residents who moved to New York City from other parts of the country and other countries. By driving yourself to this museum, you can learn the history of immigration.
4. Empire State Building
This is a 102-story Art Deco skyscraper designed by Shreve, Lamb, and Harmon. Its name is derived from ‘Empire State’, which is generally the nickname of the state of New York. By driving yourself to this destination, you can view the building’s stunning designs.
5. Mahayana Buddhist Temple
The largest Buddhist temple in New York City, located nearby the neighborhood offering a dose of cultural and spiritual exploration.
6. South Street Seaport
Bordering the Two Bridges neighborhood offering a wide variety of shopping, dining, and cultural activities.