Have you always wanted a pizza delivered by self-driving car? Well, here's your chance, sort of.

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Ford and Domino's have teamed up to bring a self-driving car to the realm of pizza delivery.

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The car will operate out of a single Ann Arbor location.

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After receiving the order, Domino's will ask the buyer if they'd like to receive the pizza via self-driving car.

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The customer will receive a phone notification when the pizza arrives.

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The customer will have to input a PIN when they get up to the car.

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Once the PIN is entered, the rear window will drop, giving the buyer access to their purchase.

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Once the pizzas and sides are removed from the interior, the window will close and the car will go on its way.

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The car isn't actually self-driving -- there are researchers and engineers in the front row, largely due to regulations.

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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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