A drive-through cinema may be a great place to go to relax in the heat of the day or enjoy a movie in the comfort of your own home.
But it’s also a place that can get you in trouble with the law.
In Florida, drive-ins can be ticketed for violating parking regulations, so if you’re thinking about getting into one, here’s what you need to know about how you can avoid being ticketed.
The first thing you need is to know what’s legal.
Drive-ins have been operating in Florida since 1978, and are required by law to keep at least 20 people in their parking lot.
Florida law prohibits anyone from leaving a movie theater without paying the entrance fee, so that’s why you’ll see lots of people in the drive-thru parking lots, often for hours.
But the law also allows drive-up and drive-down movie theaters to operate, so there are no restrictions on how many people can stay in a parking lot at one time.
The law also says that anyone who violates the law will face a fine of up to $1,000.
If you want to go into a drive-by movie theater, be sure to be in the right seat and have your seatbelt on.
This means that if you don’t have a seatbelt, you’re not allowed to leave the theater and get your popcorn.
In the case of drive-bys, the theater has to let people know about it.
If the theater’s ticketing system is not working, you can ask for help by calling 1-800-CALL-FOR-ACCOUNT.
The system is available 24/7 and you’ll get a representative to help you out.
If you want help getting your ticket, you should call ahead to get in touch.
Another option is to call your local AAA branch.
They’ll get you into an appointment to pay for your ticket and help you with any questions you may have.
If the movie theater isn’t operating, call the movie theaters website to get an updated list of drive in movies, which are often listed as available in advance.
You’ll also want to call the local police.
Call 1-866-527-4111 and ask if they can help you find a movie.
If they can’t, you may be able to file a complaint with the Florida Highway Patrol, which can charge a fine if you fail to pay the ticket.
If it’s a drive in movie, you’ll need to be seated.
You should also have your back to the door of the theater, and if you aren’t, a seat belt is required.
Drive-in movies typically have more than one screen so if there are more than two, the movie will show two different movies.
If two screens are showing two movies, you have to wait in line until one screen is cleared.