Ferrari Driving School
Teaching Safety Since 1968
Ferrari Driving School was established in 1968 and is the largest driver training institution in NYC. Our Professional Driving Instructors are bilingual, college trained and NYS Certified. We have a large fleet of well-maintained dual controlled cars for regular driver license as well as motorcycle training. CDL (Commercial driver license) training on Tractor-Trailers and Buses. OSHA Construction equipment training and forklift certification. We offer high-quality instruction and can help you prepare for your road exam. We offer training for a wide range of federally, state, and city-funded programs, as well as fleet training.
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