Biking and banking

Biking and banking

I’ve been following Matt’s adventures with Wells Fargo recently. Even in my car-driving days I was never a fan of the drive through, something about me craves human interaction. Turns out there’s not a consistently enforced policy at Wells Fargo for non-motorized vehicles. Thinking aloud… if I had an electric assist on my bike, am I then qualified for drive through service?

You can also read Jim’s experience. What’s yours?

1 Comment so far

  1. Erica (unregistered) on July 13th, 2006 @ 8:36 am

    I’ve not tried it, as I have a credit union account and the CU location is not anywhere near I live or work, so I don’t go so much, and I wouldn’t bike there if I did need to go. I otherwise go to Wells Fargo to use their ATMs because they don’t charge me a transaction fee for my CU account. I’d have no qualms about riding my bike through the drive-through ATM lane.

    I think it’s a load of crap, though, not serving folks on bikes in the drive-through teller lanes. How is that any more of a liability than someone riding their bike through the parking lot in the first place?



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