SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – DoorDash is about to start testing self-driving food delivery in San Francisco.

The San Francisco-based company is teaming up with General Motors to test food delivery using autonomous vehicles.

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Auto giant GM has been developing self-driving technology through its San Francisco-based Cruise Automation arm since 2013.

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The company says it plans to use Chevy Bolt electric vehicles for the first round of food delivery test-runs. There will be a driver on board to take over in case of an emergency. They will start out with one vehicle and add more over the next six months.

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Certain DoorDash customers will be opt-in for autonomous delivery if they live within the company’s ‘operating area,’ according to Ad Week.