Groceries Delivered by Self-Driving Cars

Self-driving delivery tech is moving a step forward with the recent announcement by Kroger and Nuro about their pilot program to deliver groceries with the help of autonomous vehicles. The two companies announced a pilot program in Arizona that will do just that starting with a single location. Customers can now order from a Fry’s Food Stores in Scottsdale and have their orders delivered by Nuro’s self-driving vehicles. There’s a flat fee of $5.95 and no minimum order for the service. For now, customers will have their groceries delivered by Nuro’s autonomous Toyota Prius fleet but Nuro plans to add their custom R1 driverless vehicle into the program later this fall. Learn more about Nuro’s self-driving cars.

courtesy of Kroger and Nuro