Domino’s Pizza, the pizza delivery business, will open its first roadside site in conjunction with motorway services operator Moto Hospitality next Monday (20 June) on the M4 at Leigh Delamere East services, in Wiltshire. The second store under the link, which will see the pizza firm eventually open up to 43 sites on Britain’s motorways, is due to open later this summer at Cherwell Valley services on the M40 in Oxfordshire. Passengers will be able to order ahead by phone or using Domino’s iPhone app, Android app or mobile optimised website, so a pizza will be ready and waiting on their arrival at the services. The store will be open from 11am until 11pm in line with Domino’s traditional trading hours. Chris Moore, chief executive of Domino’s Pizza, said: “We are really excited to be opening our first motorway store as it is a unique opportunity for us to target a new market.” In February, West Cornwall Pasty Company, followed Domino's Pizza, by also signing an agreement with Moto to open 28 franchise kiosks across the motorway service operator's Moto locations. Its first newly designed kiosk open at the Moto Reading Services West earlier this year.