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It's good that they have considered motorcyclist

Discussion in 'Multimedia' at netrider.net.au started by lui, Mar 12, 2011.

  1. Noticed this sign at a Mccas drive through.


     
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  2. not horse and cart? :(

    what about a motorised bicycle?

    plane?
     
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  3. I guess they can be ignored since non of them are road registered.
     
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  4. I'm assuming that sign is meant to stop the likes of:
     

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  5. can we filter at drive thru's? They would need to give the order high priority
     
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  6. They would just send you to a waiting bay...
     
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  7. and they don't make you remove your helmet
     
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  8. Bakery Hill??! Aren't there speed humps in that drive thru though?
     
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  9. Correct =D>.
    Never use drive-thrus myself so no idea whether it has, or had, speedhumps. Is defintely where the photo was taken though.
     
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  10. ive been through the drie thru a few times on the scooter, they are made for that kind of thing, the under seat storage keeps the food hot for the trip home :) and being a scooter and squiding it you can drink the drinks on the way home if your wearing your open facer!
     
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  11. Oi! You'all better stop picking on mai girlfriend yo! She's just vertically challenged!





    In other news... :shock: I thought that kind of unhealthy stuff only happened in the States!
     
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  12. That signs been up at our local kfc for as long as I can remember.
    Just remembered my nephew has had this fantasy of ordering food at the mcdonalds drive thru in a car made out of cardboard flinstones style so I think I will give him a hand and get the idea moving. All four of us in motorbike helmets too.
     
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  13. Don't forget the electromagnet to trip the sensor ;)
     
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