KFC has opened dozens of other driving restaurants across the UK, including one in Coventry.
Tile Hill’s driving service reopened, but KFC urged people not to rush all at once.
The bosses say they want to offer more choice to those already on the road for essential trips.
They also revealed a list of changes customers would see, including a smaller menu and shorter trading hours.
A KFC spokesperson said: “We have worked hard to re-open our restaurants responsibly and now we are spreading our wings a little further.
“Following government advice, we have decided to open drive-thru lanes in 55 of our UK restaurants that are already open for delivery.
“We know it’s tempting, but please don’t rush all at once! Delivery is the best way to get your dose of fried chicken – we just want to give a little more choice to those who are already on the road for essential trips or on the way back after difficult shifts. “
Service and menu changes
The spokesperson added that driving while driving will follow new strict procedures for social distancing and safety, including:
- A smaller kitchen team to help observe social distance, with the separation of our customers and our delivery drivers
- Increased hand washing and surface disinfection
- New signage and stickers on the ground to help delivery drivers keep a safe distance
- Contactless food delivery, contactless payment preferred
- Introduction of a limited menu to help the small team avoid changing kitchen stations, with clear marks on the floor
- Installation of protective screens if necessary, with face masks and non-medical gloves made available to our teams
- Our team members sign a health declaration and complete a new training program on coronaviruses before returning to work
- Shorter trading hours to allow smaller kitchen teams. “