Drive-up banking seems out of place in today's high-tech world, conjuring up images of customers tossing driver's licenses, checks and deposit slips into pneumatic tubes that blast off to distant tellers.
Yet drive-up banking remains popular with consumers across the U.S. who line up in their cars, perhaps unable to turn off that latest pop tune or unwilling to unstrap young children and lug them into the branch.
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