McDonald's launches 'Click & Serve' service that delivers food to your car

McDonald’s is launching a new way to get hold of your Big Macs and fries: Click & Serve.

From this week, McDonald’s restaurants across the UK will be offering this new service, which aims to help people avoid queuing in the time of coronavirus.

Here’s how it works.

Customers order through the My McDonald’s App, then drive to the restaurant, where they’ll be signposted to special parking bays.

Within the app, you then enter in the bay number where your car is parked, and the order will be delivered to the car window.

That means you don’t have to queue up or lean out of your car window or any of the usual stuff.

You can order and pay through the app, too, so it’s contact-free, and when McDonald’s workers deliver your food they’ll wear a face covering.

Food and drinks will be in takeaway bags on a tray, to further minimise any contact.

The concept isn’t just coronavirus-safe, it’s also a bit of a nostalgic nod back to how McDonald’s was back in the 1940s, when the first restaurant in San Bernardino, California, had in-car service.

Obviously you’ll need to be able to drive to enjoy this new service, and it’s not available at every McDonald’s, only those offering drive-thru.

If you are lucky enough to be in possession of a car and close to a participating McDonald’s branch, go ahead and have a play with the My McDonald’s app to try out Click & Serve from this week onwards.

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