Drive-through

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A drive-thru (or drive-through) is for quick service, generally at restaurants. There are also drive-thrus at other places, such as banks or coffee shops.

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  • Alcohol at a drive-through liquor store
  • Banking services at a drive-through bank
  • Coffee at a drive-through coffee shop
  • Dairy products at a drive-through dairy store (notably the Skinner Dairy shops of North-East Florida)
  • Drugs at a drive-through pharmacy
  • Food or drink at a drive-through restaurant (typically fast food)
  • Marriage (primarily at special drive-through marriage chapels in Las Vegas in the United States)