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Driver-free grocery

Published: September 14, 2018

Oklahoma City-metro area residents could begin ordering groceries to be delivered from autonomous, self-driving vehicles. A partnership between local Buy For Less brand grocery stores, which includes Uptown Grocery Co., and San Francisco-based Udelv was announced Thursday — with plans to begin deliveries in 2019.

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