Why don't Subway Restaurants have drive thru's you ask? The answer is because of the locations that they set up their stores. They set up their stores in shopping centers, inside many Sam Walton Markets (Wal-Mart), grocery stores, gas stations, Casino's, and almost anywhere else a Subway Sandwiches location could even possibly survive, EVEN if there is another one across the street, as it is for many Wal-Mart Subway locations.I have noticed that many Subway locations that are former Taco-Bell's have drive thru's, but from what I am seeing, those are pretty much the only free-standing Subway locations I can see, most as I have explained previously, are INSIDE locations where a DRIVE THRU could not be arranged for. You may wish to write Subway Restaurants with your concern, explaining to them the economic benefits of opening locations with Drive Thru's, as this chain is not affraid to open locations right across the street from one another.
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