Domino's Pizza (DPZ) CEO Patrick Doyle is bullish on self-driving cars.

The company recently announced a link-up with Ford (F) to test self-driving pizza delivery vehicles, a technology Doyle expects in action within 10 years.

"Transportation is going to change," he said in an interview with TheStreet, adding that the self-driving car hype is not getting out of hand. "I think 10 years from now, it's going to be the majority of transportation."

Doyle said it's still unclear how people will interact with the technology. "What do you do if there's no parking outside of the building," he said, referring to the pizza delivery process. "That's what we're testing - that last 50 feet."

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