By Martin Neville
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
THE first drive-through supermarket on the Isle of Wight has opened.
Tesco has opened the drive-through to help busy customers who want their grocery shopping picked and packed but don’t have time to wait at home for delivery.
The new service means shoppers can pick up their groceries at the Tesco Extra store, Ryde, without even having to leave their cars.
Customers drive up to the collection point and show staff their reference details. The shopping is then packed into the boot.
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by Stephen Elliott
31st October 2012, at 22:52:57
All these mothers who seem to work all the time and need to spend precious time with their family, I have to ask who looks after your children whilst working 12hrs?Do you not have days off?My experience of retail is families shopping and doing nothing else! Oh and for arguments sake. I commute to the mainland for employment so I work more than 12 hours
by Mike Crowe
31st October 2012, at 16:57:07
Dave, there is one huge advantage of the road works in Lake ..................... :-)Easy to cross the road now :-)The traffic is at a standstill for longer than it is on the move :-)BUT and it is a big BUT, what the devil are they doing this at this time of the year for? Spring and Summer are the times for this sort of thing. Isle of Wight County Council, what ARE you thinking?Thinking? ............................................. Sorry :-(
by angela cotton
31st October 2012, at 12:55:04
I am sure if you place your order just like everyone else keith they will be happy to pack your shopping into your cycle basket or trailer if you have one.
by Lee Majors
31st October 2012, at 12:14:19
Keith, they did.
by Keith McNallyohanly
31st October 2012, at 11:12:03
WON'T SOMEBODY THINK ABOUT THE CYCLISTS!!! 1! ONE
by Graeme Egerton
31st October 2012, at 11:11:14
It's not really a new idea as the Island has long operated a drive through where there is absolutely no need whatsoever to get out of your car. It's called Brading.
31st October 2012, at 09:47:22
I am waiting for Argos to do this too as now they have steps to walk up I am too lazy to visit their store. But why stop here, why not have a drive in hospital, where you park (if you are lucky) in St Marys hospital car park and a doctor comes around to your car and gives you a thorough examination before sending you on your way, bit nippy in winter but think of the time saved!! Also, do not bother swimming at Compton bay, simply sit in the car park and get someone to throw a bucket of water over you! Oh this idea is superb, I bet there will be a pub serving drinks to customers in the car park anytime soon......
31st October 2012, at 08:06:37
You could also get your car washed Stephen (Elliott) without so much as lifting a cheek!
by Julie Phillips
31st October 2012, at 01:51:11
Actually this is a brilliant idea, working mums like me the last thing i want after finishing work is to have to go shopping especially as i have to drive past tesco to go home, i can order online and pick up on my way home.
31st October 2012, at 01:23:00
Wow another way for the lazy to do nothing, like the parent with children bays, these should be situated at the far end of the car park because afterall kids need the excercise. Disabled bays are normally taken up with Berlingos (fat car) whose occupants need a walk.But who am I kidding. People can get food shopping and then a McDonalds without lifting there bum of a seat. Great nice one
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