Drive-through banking has been around for decades, at least since the 1960s. The ATM made it easier, as you can drive up to an ATM during hours that the bank is closed.
Then there's the fast food drive-through, the coffee shop drive-through, the pharmacy drive-through and in one city I know, the convenience store drive-through. I think the wedding chapels are limited to Las Vegas and the surrounding area. There are also fast food places where you can drive up, park, roll down your window and order a meal, which will be brought to you at your car.
You can also call a lot of chain restaurants and order a meal to go, drive there and pick it up, sometimes without getting out of your car. And at least one supermarket chain will let you order on-line then drive to the store an hour later, where you can pull up in a special lane and your bagged groceries will be brought out to you.
You see fewer drive-throughs of any type in large cities, where more people take public transportation or walk everywhere.
But out in the suburbs, they abound. Everyone's in their car anyway, just to get any place. The drive-though means one less stop, one less attempt to find a parking space, one less trek through a crowded store.
I rarely use them myself, except to deposit the odd check at the bank (now that I have direct deposit), but I don't see anything wrong with choosing to use them for their convenience.