How to use the Nestle toll House to make a one-way commute
NESTLE HAS ANNOUNCED that it is going to be the first UK company to offer a one way pass for its tollhouse service.
The company will launch the service on September 14, but is offering customers the option of booking their travel to another toll house.
Customers will be able to choose the toll house where they would like to travel, including a small one in the heart of central London.
There are currently no plans to offer the service in the US, though the company has previously said it is planning to launch in the UK.
The tollhouse is currently located at the intersection of Regent Street and Victoria Embankment, but has been designed to be used in the future.
Nestle’s new service will include an array of transport options for customers, from public transport to taxi cabs.
Customers can book through their online ticketing portal, and will be offered a car rental to pick them up at the tollhouse.
The service will be available for a flat rate of £1,000 per vehicle.
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