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Recommended Services in West Village Driving School
5 Hour Driving Course
Road Test Appointment
Personalized Driving Lessons
Road Test Sites Near West Village
1. Kissena Park DMV Road Test Site
Directions: Drive on College Point Blvd. until you reach Booth Memorial Avenue, then make a left turn onto Booth Memorial Avenue. Continue on Booth Memorial Avenue until you reach 164th Street. At that point, make a left turn onto 164th Street. You’ll find the road test line on the right side of 164th Street, facing Underhill Avenue.
2. Fresh Meadows DMV Road Test Site
Directions: From the Long Island Expressway, take the Francis Lewis Blvd exit and turn left onto Francis Lewis Blvd. Continue to 58th Avenue, where you should make a left turn. Then proceed to Underhill Avenue and park on 58th Avenue while facing Underhill Avenue.
Why Choose West Village Driving School?
1. Highly Qualified and Experienced Instructors
Our driving instructors in West Village are highly experienced hence you are assured to get high-quality training to become the best driver on the roads.
2. We Offer Transport Services
At Pierre Paul Driving School, we pick up and drop off students in West Village.
3. Our Lessons are Flexible
Our driving lessons in West Village are flexible thus you can learn at your own pace.
4. High Success Rate
97% of students who train with us pass their road test after the first attempt.
Complete Your Driving Lessons in West Village and Explore These Hidden Gems
Exploring West Village is worth it when you can drive. Here are stunning spots to start with after getting your driver’s license:
1. Enjoy Cappuccino at Caffe Reggio
Founded in 1927, Caffe Reggio offers the best cappuccino in New York till this day. So, after your driving lessons, you can pass by the caffe and sit down for a few minutes and enjoy a cup of the iconic cappuccino.
2. Visit Hudson River Park
Hudson River Park offers a variety of educational and recreational activities. So you have a lot to explore after completing your driving lesson at Pierre Paul Driving School in West Village. For instance, you can rent a bike from the Bike Rent NYC and ride along the bike path or you can play basketball at Chelsea Waterside.
3. The High Line
Drive along the west side of the neighborhood to reach The High Line, a unique elevated park built on an old railway track. It offers beautiful greenery, art installations, and stunning views of the city.
4. Christopher Street
Cruise down Christopher Street, famous for its historic significance in the LGBTQ+ rights movement. You can visit the Stonewall Inn, the birthplace of the modern LGBTQ+ rights movement, and explore the vibrant atmosphere.
5. Washington Square Park
Head to Washington Square Park, a central gathering place with a large fountain, street performers, and a vibrant atmosphere. It’s a great spot to people-watch and enjoy the city’s energy.
6. Bleecker Street
Drive down Bleecker Street, known for its trendy boutiques, charming cafes, and historic architecture. It’s a perfect place to park and explore on foot.
7. Hudson River Park
Take a scenic drive along the Hudson River Park, which offers beautiful waterfront views, walking paths, and recreational areas. It’s a great place for a leisurely drive.
8. West Village Brownstones
West Village is famous for its picturesque brownstone-lined streets. Take a slow drive through these residential areas to admire the architecture and charm of the neighborhood.
9. The Cherry Lane Theatre
If you’re interested in the arts, visit the Cherry Lane Theatre, one of the city’s oldest and most respected Off-Broadway theaters.
10. Jefferson Market Library
Stop by the Jefferson Market Library, a stunning Victorian Gothic building that once served as a courthouse. It’s a picturesque spot for photos.
11. Cafe Wha?
If you’re a music enthusiast, visit Cafe Wha?, a historic venue that once hosted legendary musicians like Bob Dylan and Jimi Hendrix.
12. Magnolia Bakery
Treat yourself to a famous cupcake or banana pudding at Magnolia Bakery on Bleecker Street. It’s a sweet way to end your drive.