In the world of social distancing, a great American pastime is making a comeback. The popularity of drive-in theaters is on the rise because it offers a great way for families to spend time together watching movies safely and from the comfort of their trucks. If you’re planning on scheduling an outing to a great local drive-in theater like the Dixie Twin Drive-In or the Sydney Auto Vue Drive-In, here’s what you need to bring.
A portable radio
You can use the radio in your Chevrolet Silverado or Colorado to listen to the audio that matches the movie on the big screen. But if you’d rather give your truck a break and sit out under the stars, bring a handheld radio and post up in your coziest lawn chair or on your comfiest blanket.
One of the best parts of going to a drive-in theater is hitting up the concession stand for burgers, hot dogs, and popcorn. But if you’re leery or you want to save some bucks, you can most likely bring in your own snacks. Most drive-ins have policies that permit outside food, though same may require you to pay for a food pass for a small fee. Either way, check your drive-in’s rules and regulations before you visit.
A pickup truck
Why drive a car to the drive-in when you can roll up in a truck? The Chevrolet Colorado and Silverado are tailor-made for trips to the drive-in (among other things) with spacious cabins, comfortable seating, and expansive beds perfect for lounging.
Ready to hit up the drive-in theater for a night of movies and popcorn but need a cozy truck to head out in? Make your first stop Dave Kehl Chevrolet in Mechanicsburg, Ohio. We’ve got the trucks you need for work, play, and everything in between.