The Washington Times - October 21, 2008, 02:11PM

So drivers in Southern California can vote without leaving their cars, thanks to drive-through voting booths.

It looks like a pretty simple system, but there are a few kinks to work out. Apparently one motorist mistook the drive-through booth for an ATM but was still able to get $200 out of the machine.


(I wonder if California will outlaw backseat driving on Election Day.)

You can do a lot of things in your car these days, and it all started with the drive-in movie, of all things.

Now you can do your banking, order food, drop off film and even buy alcohol at drive-through shops and kiosks.

I’m anticipating drive-through health care. Imagine getting a complete medical or dental check-up in the comfort of your own automobile. That’s living in the fast lane.