No, you won't have to leave a tip.
Have you always wanted a pizza delivered by self-driving car? Well, here's your chance, sort of.
Ford and Domino's have teamed up to bring a self-driving car to the realm of pizza delivery.
The car will operate out of a single Ann Arbor location.
After receiving the order, Domino's will ask the buyer if they'd like to receive the pizza via self-driving car.
The customer will receive a phone notification when the pizza arrives.
The customer will have to input a PIN when they get up to the car.
Once the PIN is entered, the rear window will drop, giving the buyer access to their purchase.
Once the pizzas and sides are removed from the interior, the window will close and the car will go on its way.
The car isn't actually self-driving -- there are researchers and engineers in the front row, largely due to regulations.
The whole point of the partnership is to gauge customers' reactions to a self-driving vehicle in charge of pizza delivery.
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