Talk:Key:drive in

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drive_in vs drive_thru

I have corrected the misspelled "drive_thru" and merged it with drive_in, because there is really no need for another tag.

--Lulu-Ann 14:05, 7 October 2010 (BST)

I completely disagree with you. The service=drive-through is used on highways with the highway=service tag. Thus, for now, I've reverted the redirect on that page. Plus that tag is rendered in Mapnik. --Rickmastfan67 01:31, 10 October 2010 (BST)

drive_in vs drive_through

I looked at drive_in, drive_thru, and drive_through stats, and for these keys

21:12 <pnorman> so, drive_in has... yes: 96, through: 24, no: 11, true: 4 21:12 <pnorman> drive_through has yes: 152 21:12 <pnorman> drive_thru has yes:94

Pnorman 05:27, 2 December 2010 (UTC)

Tag Spelling and Usage







Sonic Drive-In

Tangentially related... fastfood drive-ins like Sonic(U.S.-based) are defined as such because cars drive-in, park, order, and eat in their cars. They park under what is essentially a building=carport. Here is an example image. My questions - is there agreement that the covered building where you park to eat is a carport or is there something else that I should be considering? Thanks BubbleGuppies (talk) 10:59, 12 January 2022 (UTC)