Americans forbade drivers to buy fast foodAugust 22, 2019
In the city of Minneapolis in the US state of Minnesota, local authorities have banned drive-thru services in cafes and restaurants when you can buy food without leaving your car.
It seems that now residents of Minneapolis, who want to have a burger with soda in the middle of the night without having to get behind the wheel, will have to look for round-the-clock establishments. And walk in them, because from now on the local city council put an end to MakAvto and other popular services such as drive-thru, which provide the opportunity to buy food, driving up to the windows for receiving and issuing orders outside the building.
The reason for the ban is quite simple: officials believe that such services generally negatively affect the situation in the city. Firstly, according to the Minneapolis authorities, they significantly pollute the atmosphere due to the fact that they force drivers to stand in line with started engines. Secondly, the city council insists that in those neighborhoods where there are establishments McDonald’s, Wendy’s or Taco Bell, pedestrians are allegedly more often shot down.
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