A popular pizza giant has launched a car collection service for Glaswegians. 

With Scottish Government advice currently affecting in-store collections, Domino's has rolled out the service at its Govan and Knightswood stores. 

The technology allows customers to collect piping-hot orders without having to leave the cosy comfort of your car.

The collection service uses location-sharing to track a customer’s journey from sofa to store. 

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How does it work?

  • Select your order and opt for the in-car collection option online or via the app
  • The store will send you a text message 10 minutes before your order is ready for collection
  • Share your current location with the store by clicking a link in the text
  • Chefs will track your journey to the store
  • Staff will bring your order straight to your car, contact-free

Clive West, Domino’s Group Digital Director said: “We’re doing everything we can to keep our customers and colleagues safe, because we know our pizza continues to bring a bit of happiness during these uncertain times.

"Many of our customers opt for collection when ordering with us and given the recent changes in Government advice, we’ve worked quickly and are delighted to have added In Car Collection to our Clydebank, Govan and Knightswood stores in Glasgow.

"We’re always looking to make things easy as possible for our customers and knowing convenience and speed are key, In Car Collection offers a safe collection method.

"Feedback from stores already offering the service has been fantastic so I’m sure our latest innovation will be a hit with our Glaswegian customers. Simply order online or via the app and let us brave the cold to deliver you piping hot pizza to your car.”