Drive-in Banks

Buildings that house banks designed to allow customers to transact business, primarily to make withdrawals and deposits, from their automobiles. Customers typically pull up to a window on the bank building to access automated or human tellers without leaving their cars. Such banks typically also have interior spaces where customers may transact business during designated hours.

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Go Historic ID
2513
Names
drive-in banks
drive-in bank
banks, drive-in
drive-through banks
drive-inbanken Dutch
drive-inbank Dutch
bancos drive-in Spanish
banco drive-in Spanish
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Buildings that house banks designed to allow customers to transact business, primarily to make withdrawals and deposits, from their automobiles. Customers typically pull up to a window on the bank building to access automated or human tellers without leaving their cars. Such banks typically also have interior spaces where customers may transact business during designated hours.

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Bibliography

  1. 1.  The Getty Art & Architecture Thesaurus, 300005218. The J. Paul Getty Trust.