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That's one I haven't seen before.
Really? I've never seen that. Is it new?
I noticed the McDonald's drive thru last summer. I have been seeing more and more ever since.
McDonalds just keeps growing!
Looks more like a symbol for a skateboard than a car...
I haven't notice any around here. Interesting to see a maple leaf on the M. Wonder why designate country identity on the MacDonald's brand?
The arches with wheels? Now, this is a new one for me.
I don't think I ever made that connection. Interesting.
it does look like a skate board come to look at it.
I thought skateboard too! It would be interesting to see someone try that (I suppose skateboarding helps burn off McDonald's calories!)
I think they won't allow any more of the drive-throughs in Toronto
I haven't seen that here yet.
Now I'd have never figured this out for a 1000 years!
I think it looks more like a delivery sign than a drive thru sign. I'm familiar with this since I live near a drive thru, but must admit, I didn't pay enough attention to it to make the connection.
I have never seen the wheeled version! Quite stunning!
This sign looks somewhat old-fashioned. I have not seen it before.
i never noticed the golden M with wheels around here. there is actually a newly opened McDonald's a few street from my place. haven't been there yet.:p Signs
I've never seen one with wheels!...or with a maple leaf, for that matter! :)
Quite interested to see this but especially the maple leaf on the logo. It reminds me of the unique signage they used earlier this year in Australia where the restaurant was renamed Macca's for a special promotion.
I might drive through but I wouldn't stop
how neat...of course all of ours are drive-thrus, unless it is inside of a wal-mart...love the maple leaf stamped on the sign!
I haven't seen that one before!
I'm with Gerald on this one. Never seen this sign before.
hmmm, judging by the comments, maybe this is a GTA thing?!
I have noticed it across Ontario. Judging from the comments it just might be a Canadian thing.