The $701 million Dupont Community Credit Union, headquartered in Waynesboro, Va., has taken banking to its community's streets and outdoor events through a mobile ATM.

The machine, which can run from a propane generator if no electrical line is available, uses wireless, encrypted communications to offer cash services far from a branch or stationary ATM, the credit union explained.

DCCU said the mobile ATM has been seen at a local hunting show, a community relay race, 4th of July celebrations, a parks and recreation community day, and will be at local county fairs in August. It was even used for several weeks at one of DCCU's offices when the existing drive-up ATMs needed to be replaced.

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