Shepherd's Driver Consulting understands diversity and the need to help a wide range of new drivers coming to Central Pa. Students who arrive from other countries are faced with many challenges; including language barriers, rules of the road, unfamiliarity with their new location, and no one to properly train them. It's always important to have a driver education company they can truly depend on. While getting acquainted with the U.S., students need to receive adequate training.
Students with an international driver’s license are able to drive for up to one year after arriving in the U.S. After that, they must obtain a Pa. driver's license. Students with limited driving experience may have other problems while learning, such as driving on the right side of the road as opposed to the left. They may have driven in extremely congested traffic conditions in their home country, or have driven with many other types of vehicles and overcrowded roads. Let us help you with the transition!
We're a Harrisburg driving school that helps drivers develop the correct driving habits and get a better foundation. First-time international drivers may need additional training in order to drive safely. We have experience working with students from India, Pakistan, Africa, Guyana, Jamaica, Haiti, Puerto Rico, Honduras, Dominican Republic, China, Europe and other countries.
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Se Habla Espanol!
Basic Spanish Translation is used in Driver Training at Shepherd's Driver Consulting
"We Take Pride In Teaching You How To Drive"
Shepherd’s Driver Consulting
P.O. Box 126314
Harrisburg, Pa. 17112
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Business Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm (Sometimes later)
Saturday: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
We serve the Harrisburg, Camp Hill, Mechanicsburg, Steelton, Highspire, Middletown, Hummelstown, Hershey, and Carlisle areas
Supporting local high school students preparing for the future