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Drive-through support

Drive-through support

In the wide open spaces of the West, people are used to going everywhere in
cars or trucks. It is an "automobile culture." While comfortable in a car,
truck, or similar motorized conveyance, people can do their banking, watch
movies (though this has been in decline for decades), order and pick up
food, attend religious services, and even get married.

In similar style, PBase serves the public with many offices like the one pictured
here. Just drive into the central doorway, talk to a technician, and drop off
your computer or modem for repairs or replacement---all without getting out
of your car. Of course, loaners are available to ensure uninterrupted
surfing and uploading while your equipment is in the shop. No
convenience is extravagant for consumers in the United States.

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Ian Dalgliesh17-Dec-2006 19:56
Trouser pressing,as you call it,is a dance routine referred to albeit briefly in a song by The Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band,apparently,according to the lyrics "much better than the concrete coal bunker".
horsegoggles19-May-2006 18:56
Yes, you must remove your trousers, but for privacy they first blast up to 400 pounds of granulated corn husks into your vehicle. Additional corn husks are available at a nominal fee for larger vehicles. You can't find this kind of service anywhere else, I've looked.
Dave Beedon19-May-2006 18:42
I wasn't aware that trouser-pressing had been incorporated. It's a brilliant customer service tactic. Does one have to take the trousers off before they are pressed?
horsegoggles19-May-2006 14:18
Are you aware that they will now also press your trousers while you wait. It's included in the standard yearly subscription price.
1moremile07-Apr-2006 23:58
They went all out on this one.
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