Kroger Is Testing Driverless Grocery Delivery

How much would you pay to have an item delivered to your door? Following in the footsteps of Amazon and Walmart, supermarket giant, Kroger, is now starting a driverless grocery delivery service. It’s partnering with Nuro and will begin testing in Arizona this fall. Although the first phase will use Toyota Prius’ with driver in the car, the second phase will use Nuro’s R1 driverless van after it gets licensed and approved. However, even though there’s no minimum spend, it’ll cost $5.95 for the service. Would you use it?

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