Carl asked: On June 11,2019, I cycled up to the drive in window at the pharmacy. The pharmacist assistant came to the window and ask if there was a motor on the bicycle. I responded “no”. He then told me that I shouldn’t be served on a non-motorized vehicle at the drive up window.
I informed that in the state of Florida, and at least 37 other states, a bicycle is a vehicle. He stated that company would not be liable for an accident of an non-motorized vehicle in the vehicle lane. I responded if my bicycle was not allowed, then NO vehicle was allowed at the window. He stated that he didn’t want to argue. I responded that there was no argument, he was just uninformed relative to Florida vehicle laws. I drove away with my drugs.
QUESTION: Can a Florida entity prevent a bicycle from using a vehicle drive up window?
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Carl: Just called customer service. Contact could not find a bicycle drive up window directive. She will pass complaint to management. I am to be contacted within 2 business days with a management response will share if I do get a response.