Domino’s Pizza global pizza chain Domino’s Pizza has begun offering its customers Domino’s Carside Delivery service in the US.

Domino’s Carside Delivery is a new contactless carryout option that enables customers to choose when placing a prepaid online order.

The services are now available in outlets across the US.

Domino’s senior vice-president chief innovation officer Dennis Maloney said: “Domino’s is all about providing a delicious, hot meal the way customers want it – whether via carryout or delivery.

“Domino’s Carside Delivery gives customers the option to stay in their vehicle, while a team member delivers their order to them, making for a convenient, contactless carryout experience. It is carryout, delivered.”

When placing a prepaid digital carryout order, customers can see the option for Domino’s Carside Delivery.

After selecting the option, customers will be prompted to add their vehicle colour, make and model.

The inputs will be used to track customers when they arrive at the store.

They can also choose where they would prefer their order to be placed – the passenger side, back seat, trunk or collect when they arrive.

The store can be notified when customers reach the place by hitting the ‘I’m here’ button on Domino’s Tracker page or by replying ‘HERE’ to Domino’s opt-in text.

A team member from the store will carry the order to a customer’s vehicle.

The service is currently available between 4 pm – 9 pm in restaurants across the US. Additional hours may differ by location.

Founded in 1960, Domino’s has more than 17,000 stores in over 90 markets.

In March, Domino’s announced plans to hire up to 10,000 workers across the US as demand for online deliveries surged due to the Covid-19 outbreak.

The hiring plan included recruiting delivery experts, pizza makers and customer service representatives, as well as managers and assistant managers.