After a long and stressful day at work, you’re bound to become a little hangry on the drive home. And when your stomach is growling, the speed at which you get your hands on some food is crucial. 

Add to the mix the hungry family that’s waiting for you when you walk in the door, and one thing becomes clear: you’ve got to get dinner on the table, and you’ve got to get it fast. 

More often than not, that means a quick trip through the closest drive-thru could be your saving grace. But which drive-thru is actually the fastest at getting you your food?

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New Report Reveals Which Fast Food Chain Has Quickest Drive-Thru

It’s finally been revealed which New York State fast food chain will get you your order the quickest. 

This past June and July, QSR Magazine, a publication that specializes in the quick service restaurant industry, visited over 160 locations of ten popular nationwide fast food chains. Additionally, they took nearly 1,500 trips through different drive-thrus at different times of day (breakfast, lunch, and dinner hours) while collecting data regarding how fast each trip took from start to finish. 

After averaging out the times at each restaurant, they determined which chain had the speediest drive-thru service. So, which one ended up on top?

The Fastest Drive-Thru In New York State Is…

It looks like if you need a quick meal ASAP and don’t want to wait long, one fast food chain stands out above the rest. 

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QSR found that Taco Bell had a faster drive-thru experience than any other chain on their list, with an average time of 278.84 seconds per order. 

The second-fastest chain with a location in New York State was KFC, averaging 303.95 seconds. 

So the next time you need to grab a meal but don’t have a lot of time to spare, it looks like a trip to the Bell may be your best bet. 

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