How might – and how should – an urban autonomous delivery vehicle interact with customers, pedestrians, cyclists, cars, and tiny humans closest in height on its route to and from a delivery? What biases, fears, and perceptions do people in urban centers, especially in the target launch markets, hold about autonomous vehicles and robots joining their sidewalks? How are major metropolitan cities in the U.S. shifting, and which emerging patterns and changes might impact how a rover would interact with traffic patterns or other motorists? From which direction and which actors might antagonism develop, and how might we effectively acknowledge the underlying needs and motivations that could result in vandalism, violence, theft, or rejection? How might we effectively introduce the rover for maximum adoption in a climate where so many technologies are dehumanizing our communities?