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Rossen Reports: Testing 'contactless' curbside pickup

Does it really work like they say? Is it really that easy? Is it fast or does it take forever? We have those answers here.

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It seems like we are doing everything online these days. Anything to avoid contact with strangers.

Now the big box stores and even restaurants are getting in on it — trying to lure you in as a customer while promising a "contactless" experience.

Major retailers and restaurants are even offering "contactless curbside pickup" — they'll actually bring your stuff to your car.

But does it really work like they say? Is it really that easy? Is it fast or does it take forever?

From our visits, Pizza Hut was ready in 15 minutes. But in another visit, Target took about an hour and a half and Walmart only gave us windows to stop by hours from when we ordered.

The only real downside is if you want your groceries or items right now.

And even though it's "contactless," you should still bring your mask because you may have to interact to talk about your order or help with the trunk latch.

Watch the video above for more details on how the service works at different stores.